TAG RESULTS

 
International Council of Jurists Expunges Critique

Bangladesh tribunal: Criticism of procedural shortcomings are not welcome

http://www.crimesofwar.org/commentary/international-council-of-jurists-expunges-critique/
The International Crimes Tribunal in Bangladesh – Will Justice Prevail?

The court’s lack of protection for witnesses and victims and overall lack of due process rights are among some of its numerous criticisms.

http://www.crimesofwar.org/commentary/the-international-crimes-tribunal-in-bangladesh-will-justice-prevail/
Cambodia: What Next for the Extraordinary Chambers?

One of the many challenges facing the tribunal is managing expectations of what it can and should achieve.

http://www.crimesofwar.org/commentary/cambodia-what-next-for-the-extraordinary-chambers/
Bangladesh: A Free and Fair War Crimes Tribunal?

Though the tribunal has been welcomed in Bangladesh, serious concerns have about its trial standards remain.

http://www.crimesofwar.org/commentary/bangladesh-a-free-and-fair-war-crimes-tribunal/
Willfulness

The prosecution must prove that the accused not only did the act, but also intended the consequences.

http://www.crimesofwar.org/a-z-guide/willfulness/
War Crimes, Categories of

International law draws lines that do not in all ways match our sense of the most awful behavior.

http://www.crimesofwar.org/a-z-guide/war-crimes-categories-of/
Victims, Rights of

Many Rwandans believe that UN peacekeepers had an obligation to help them.

http://www.crimesofwar.org/a-z-guide/victims-rights-of/
Unlawful Confinement

Unlawful imprisonment directed against the civilian population is a crime against humanity.

http://www.crimesofwar.org/a-z-guide/unlawful-confinement/
Yugoslavia, The International Criminal Tribunal for (ICTY)

Since its creation in 1993, the ICTY has indicted 162 people, ranging from political and military leaders to low-level fighters.

http://www.crimesofwar.org/a-z-guide/yugoslavia-the-international-criminal-tribunal-for-icty/
Siege

Besieging forces are not allowed to target civilians or starve them “as a method of warfare.”

http://www.crimesofwar.org/a-z-guide/siege/