Atrocity, Punishment, and International Law

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This book rethinks how people who perpetrate atrocity crimes should be punished. Based on an 'on the ground' review of the sentencing of perpetrators of genocide and crimes against humanity in Rwanda, Bosnia, East Timor, and other places afflicted by atrocity, this book concludes that the international community's preference for prosecution and imprisonment may not be as effective as we hope. Instead, this book calls for a broader-based response to atrocity that welcomes bottom-up perspectives, including restorative, reparative, and reintegrative traditions, that may differ from the adversarial Western criminal trial. The time has come for international criminal law as a discipline to move beyond nascence and to welcome a more challenging stage: that of re-appraisal and self-improvement.

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Examining the sentencing procedures internationally, domestically, and locally, this book examines how people who commit atrocities should be treated in regards to international law. Looking at Rwanda, Uganda, East Timor, and others, Dr. Drumbl examines the ways that international law is or is not carried out in international settings.

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Mark A. Drumbl is Professor of Law at the School of Law, Washington & Lee University, where he also serves as Director of the Transnational Law Institute, and has repeatedly held the Ethan Allen Faculty Fellowship. He studied at McGill University (BA, MA), Institut d'etudes politiques, University of Toronto (LL.B.), and Columbia University (LL.M., J.S.D.) and has held visiting appointments at University College, University of Oxford, Trinity College Dublin, Vanderbilt University, and the University of Ottawa. In 2005 his academic work received the Association of American Law Schools Scholarly Papers Prize and in 2003 the International Association of Penal Law (US Section) Best Article Prize. Dr Drumbl has published extensively on international law and criminal justice, including in the NYU, Michigan, and North-western law reviews, Human Rights Quarterly, the American Journal of International Law, and the Columbia Journal of Transnational Law. He has also authored chapters in edited volumes and frequently speaks at academic conferences and symposia. Prior to entering law teaching, Dr. Drumbl was judicial clerk to Justice Frank Iacobucci of the Supreme Court of Canada. His practice experience includes an appointment as co-counsel for the Canadian Chief-of-Defense Staff before the Royal Commission investigating military wrongdoing in the UN Somalia Mission. Professor Drumbl has served as an expert in litigation in the US federal courts, as defense counsel in the Rwandan genocide trials, and has taught international law in Pakistan and Brazil. He is a frequent commentator in national print media, radio, and television.

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Descripción Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2007. Softcover. Estado de conservación: New. First Edition.. 298 pages. Softcover. New book. LAW. This book rethinks how people who perpetrate atrocity crimes should be punished. Based on an 'on the ground' review of the sentencing of perpetrators of genocide and crimes against humanity in Rwanda, Bosnia, East Timor, and other places afflicted by atrocity, this book concludes that the international community's preference for prosecution and imprisonment may not be as effective as we hope. Instead, this book calls for a broader-based response to atrocity that welcomes bottom-up perspectives, including restorative, reparative, and reintegrative traditions, that may differ from the adversarial Western criminal trial. The time has come for international criminal law as a discipline to move beyond nascence and to welcome a more challenging stage: that of re-appraisal and self-improvement. The contents of this book is as follows: 1. Extraordinary crime and ordinary punishment: an overview; 2. Conformity and deviance; 3. Punishment of international crimes in international criminal tribunals; 4. Punishment of international crimes in national and local criminal justice institutions; 5. Legal mimicry; 6. Quest for purpose; 7. From law to justice; 8. Conclusion: some immediate implications. Prize Winner of the 2007 International Association of Penal Law (U.S. national section) Book of the Year Award. "Mark Drumbl has written the first major study of punishment and sentencing in international criminal law. What he concludes is quite surprising: current international sentencing schemes do not match up well with the deterrence, retributive, and expressive goals of punishment. Drumbl will set the debate on this topic for a very long time to come. Rarely has an author been able to bring together sophisticated philosophical theorizing, detailed empirical examination, and plausible practical guidance in such a lively and persuasive manner. Lawyers, philosophers, sociologists, and political theorists will learn much from this excellent book." Larry May is Professor of Philosophy, Washington University in St. Louis, and Research Professor of Social Justice, Charles Sturt and Australian National Universities. Includes an Index. (Key Words: Atrocities, Mark S. Drumbl, Punishment, International Law, Criminal Liability, Criminal Justice, Crimes Against Humanity, Yugoslavia, Zyklon B, War Crimes, Uganda, Sentencing, Rwanda, Nuemberg Tribunal, Kosovo, International Criminal Court, Holocaust, East Timor, Croatia, Collective Responsibility, Bosnia). book. Nº de ref. de la librería 50823X2

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Descripción Cambridge University Press. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Paperback. 318 pages. Dimensions: 9.2in. x 6.1in. x 0.6in.This book rethinks how people who perpetrate atrocity crimes should be punished. Based on an on the ground review of the sentencing of perpetrators of genocide and crimes against humanity in Rwanda, Bosnia, East Timor, and other places afflicted by atrocity, this book concludes that the international communitys preference for prosecution and imprisonment may not be as effective as we hope. Instead, this book calls for a broader-based response to atrocity that welcomes bottom-up perspectives, including restorative, reparative, and reintegrative traditions, that may differ from the adversarial Western criminal trial. The time has come for international criminal law as a discipline to move beyond nascence and to welcome a more challenging stage: that of re-appraisal and self-improvement. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780521691383

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