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Bosnia, Former Yugoslavia and Transitional Justice

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Armakolas, I (2001) ‘A Field Trip to Bosnia: The Dilemmas of the First-Time Researcher’ in Smyth, M and Robinson, G (eds) Researching Violently Divided Societies: Ethical and Methodological Issues. London: Pluto Press

Artz D (2006) ‘Views on the Ground: The Local Perception of International Criminal Tribunals in the Former Yugoslavia and Sierra Leone’, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 603(1): 226-239

Benard, C (1994) ‘Rape as Terror: The Case of Bosnia’, The Journal of Terrorism and Political Violence 6(1): 29-43

Boric, R (1997) ‘Against the War: Women Organizing Across the National Divide in the Countries of the Former Yugoslavia’ in Lentin, R (ed) Gender and Catastrophe. London and New York: Zed Books

Bose, S (2002) Bosnia after Dayton: Nationalist Partition and International Intervention. London: Hurst

Bringa, T (1995) Being Muslim the Bosnian Way: Identity and Community in a Central Bosnian Village. Princeton University Press

Donia, R (2006) Sarajevo: A Biography. London: Hurst & Company

Eichlin, J (2010) ‘Undercutting the Political Economy of Conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Transitional Justice Approach to Prosecuting Systemic Economic Crimes’, Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 48(2)

Ewald, U and von Oppeln, C (2002) ‘War – Victimization – Security: The Case of the Former Yugoslavia’, European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 10(1): 39-44

Fenrick, W (1995) ‘In the Field with UNCOE: Investigating Atrocities in the Territory of Former Yugoslavia’, Military Law and Law of War Review 34-66

Glenny, M (1996) The Fall of Yugoslavia: The Third Balkan War 3rd ed. London: Penguin Books

Haynes, D (2008) Deconstructing the Reconstruction: Human Rights and Rule of Law in Postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ashgate Publishing

Jaukovic, J (2002) ‘The Forms of Victimization in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia’, European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 10(1): 109-116

Jones, F (1993) ‘Return’ in Ali, R and Lifschultz, L (eds) Why Bosnia? Writings on the Balkan War. Connecticut: The Pamphleteer’s Press, Inc.

Kesic, V (2003) ‘Muslim Women, Croatian Women, Serbian Women, Albanian Women . . .’, in Bjelic, D and Savic, O (eds) Balkan as Metaphor. Cambridge, MA and London: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press

Kurze, Arnaud. Picking Up the Tab for Transitional Justice: The Experience of Norway and Sweden in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Paper presented at the 6th ECPR General Conference, Reykjavik, 25th - 27th Aug. 2011.

Neier, A (1999) ‘Rethinking Truth, Justice and Guilt after Bosnia and Rwanda’ in Hesse, C and Post, R (eds) Human Rights in Political Transitions: Gettysburg to Bosnia. New York: Zone Books

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NikoliŠ-RistanoviŠ, V (2000a) ‘Definitions of Violence in War and the Experience of Women: The Subject of Research’ in NikoliŠ-RistanoviŠ, V (ed) Women, Violence and War: Wartime Victimization of Refugees in the Balkans. Budapest: Central European University Press

NikoliŠ-RistanoviŠ, V (2000b) ‘Sexual Violence’ in NikoliŠ-RistanoviŠ, V (ed) Women, Violence and War: Wartime Victimization of Refugees in the Balkans. Budapest: Central European University Press

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Peskin, V and Boduszynski, M (2011) ‘Balancing International Justice in the Balkans: Surrogate Enforcers, Uncertain Transitions and the Road to Europe’, International Journal of Transitional Justice 5(1): 52-74

PopoviŠ, D (2009) Transitional Justice Guidebook for Bosnia and Herzegovina. UNDP BiH, Sarajevo

Ramet, S (2005) Thinking about Yugoslavia: Scholarly Debates about the Yugoslav Breakup and the Wars in Bosnia and Kosovo. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Ramet, S (2002) Balkan Babel: The Disintegration of Yugoslavia from the Death of Tito to the Fall of Milosevic 4th ed. Perseus

Saxon, D (2005) ‘Exporting Justice: Perceptions of the ICTY Among Serbian, Croatian, and Muslim Communities in the Former Yugoslavia’, Journal of Human Rights 4: 559-572

Silber, L and Little, A (1996) The Death of Yugoslavia Revised Ed. London: Penguin Books

Sivac-Bryant, S (2008) ‘Kozarac School: A Window on Transitional Justice for Returnees’, International Journal of Transitional Justice 2(1): 106-115

Steiner, C et al (2010) Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina – Commentary. Sarajevo: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

Subotic, J (2009) Hijacked Justice: Dealing with the Past in the Balkans. Cornell University Press

Tabeau, E and Bijak, J (2005) ‘War-Related Deaths in the 1992-1995 Armed Conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Critique of Previous Estimates and Recent Results’ European Journal of Population 21(2-3): 187-215

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United Nations Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) (2005) Housing and Property Rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia and Montenegro.

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UNDP (2005) Justice and Truth in BiH: Public Perceptions – Early Warning System Special Edition. Sarajevo, UNDP

UNDP (2009) Early Warning System 2009. Sarajevo, UNDP

Warshauer Freedman, S et al (2001) ‘Public Education and Social Reconstruction in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia’ in Stover, E and Weinstein, H (eds) My Neighbor, My Enemy: Justice and Community in the Aftermath of Mass Atrocity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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 Socio-Legal Studies, Law and Legal Institutions

Abdulhak T (2009) ‘Building Sustainable Capacities – From an International Tribunal to a Domestic War Crimes Chamber for Bosnia and Herzegovina’, International Criminal Law Review 9: 333-358

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Bantekas, I and Nash, S (2003) International Criminal Law 2nd ed. London: Cavendish Publishing Limited

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Boas, G (2001) ‘Admissibility of Evidence under the Rules of Procedure and Evidence of the ICTY: Development of the “Flexibility Principle”’ in May, R et al (eds) Essays on ICTY Procedure and Evidence in Honour of Gabrielle Kirk McDonald. The Hague: Kluwer Law International

Bohlander, M (2000) ‘The Prosecutor v. Dusko Tadic: Waiting to Exhale’, Criminal Law Forum 11: 217-248

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Campbell, K (2007) ‘The Gender of Transitional Justice: Law, Sexual Violence and the International Criminal Tribunal of the Former Yugoslavia’, The International Journal of Transitional Justice 1: 411-432

Campbell, K (2004) ‘The Trauma of Justice’, Social and Legal Studies 13(3): 299

Campbell, K (2003) ‘Rape as a Crime against Humanity: Trauma and Justice in the ICTY’, Journal of Human Rights 2(4): 507

Cassese, A (1994) Report of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia Since 1991, 29 August 1994 (A/49/342 - S/1994/1007)

Cassese, A (2003) International Criminal Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Cassese, A (2005) International Law 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Charlesworth, H and Chinkin, C (2000) The Boundaries of International Law: A Feminist Analysis. Manchester: Manchester University Press

Chifflet, P (2003) ‘The Role and Status of the Victim’ in Boas, G and Schabas, W (eds) International Criminal Law Developments in the Case Law of the ICTY. Leiden and Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

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Christodoulidis, E and Vetich, S (eds) Lethe’s Law: Justice, Law and Ethics in Reconciliation. Hart Publishing

Clark J (2009) ‘International War Crimes Tribunals and the Challenge of Outreach’, International Criminal Law Review 9: 99-116

Clark J (2010) ‘The State Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Path to Reconciliation?’, Contemporary Justice Review 13(4): 371-390

Cleiren, C and Tijssen (1996) ‘Rape and Other Forms of Sexual Assault in the Armed Conflict in the Former Yugoslavia: Legal, Procedural and Evidential Issues’ in Clark, R and Sann, M (eds) The Prosecution of International Crimes. London: Transaction

Cotterrell, R (1992) The Sociology of Law: An Introduction 2nd ed. London, Dublin, Edinburgh: Butterworths

Cotterrell, R (1998) ‘Why Must Legal Ideas be Interpreted Sociologically?’, Journal of Law and Society 25(2): 171-192

Cotterrell, R (2002) ‘Subverting Orthodoxy, Making Law Central: A View of Sociolegal Studies’, Journal of Law and Society 29(4): 632-644

Cotterrell, R (2006) ‘Law in Social Theory and Social Theory in the Study of Law’ in Sarat, A (ed) The Blackwell Companion to Law and Society. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing

Cryer, R et al (2007) An Introduction to International Criminal Law and Procedure. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Del Ponte, C (2004) ‘Prosecuting the Individuals Bearing the Highest Level of Responsibility’, Journal of International Criminal Justice 2(2): 516-519

Del Ponte, C (2006) ‘Investigation and Prosecution of Large-Scale Crimes at the International Level’, Journal of International Criminal Justice 4(3): 539-558

Dembour, M and Haslam, E (2004) ‘Silencing Hearings? Victim-Witnesses at War Crimes Trials’, European Journal of International Law 15(1): 151-177

Dinstein, Y (2004) The Conduct of Hostilities under the Law of International Armed Conflict. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Duff, A et al (2007) The Trial on Trial: Volume 3, Towards a Normative Theory of the Criminal Trial. Oxford and Portland, Oregon: Hart Publishing

Engle, K (2005) ‘Feminism and Its (Dis)contents: Criminalizing Wartime Rape in Bosnia and Herzegovina’, The American Journal of International Law 99(4): 778-816

Fairlie, M (2003) ‘Due Process Erosion: The Diminution of Live Testimony at the ICTY’, California Western International Law Journal 34: 47-83

Fitzgerald, K (1997) ‘Problems of Prosecution and Adjudications of Rape and Other Sexual Assaults under International Law’, European Journal of International Law 8(4): 638-663

Forsythe, D (1996) ‘Politics and the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia’ in Clark, R and Sann, M (eds) The Prosecution of International Crimes. London: Transaction

Garbett C (2010) ‘Localising Criminal Justice: An Overview of National Prosecutions at the War Crimes Chamber of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina’, Human Rights Law Review 10(3): 558-568

Gardam, J (1993) Non-Combatant Immunity as a Norm of International Humanitarian Law. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers

Gardam, J (2004) Necessity, Proportionality and the Use of Force by States. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Gardam, J and Jarvis, M (2001) Women, Conflict and International Law. The Hague, Boston and London: Kluwer

Garkawe, S (2003) ‘Victims and the International Criminal Court: Three Major Issues’, International Criminal Law Review 3: 345-367

Gasser, H (1999) ‘Protection of the Civilian Population’ in Fleck, D (ed) The Handbook of Humanitarian Law in Armed Conflicts. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Goldstone, R (2000) For Humanity: Reflections of a War Crimes Investigator. New Haven and London: Yale University Press

Greenwood, C (1996) ‘International Humanitarian Law and the Tadic Case’, European Journal of International Law 7(2): 265-283

Greenwood, C (2003) ‘The Law of War (International Humanitarian Law)’ in Evans, M (ed) International Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Guariglia, F (2004) ‘The Admission of Documentary Evidence and of Alternative Means to Witness Testimony in Proceedings before the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia’ in Fischer, H et al (eds) International and National Prosecution of Crimes under International Law: Current Developments. Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag

Hagan, J and Levi, R (2005) ‘Crimes of War and the Force of Law’ Social Forces 83(4): 1499- 1534.

Hagan, J et al (2006) ‘Swaying the Hand of Justice: The Internal and External Dynamics of Regime Change at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia’, Law and Social Inquiry 31(3): 585-616

Hazan, P (2004) Justice in a Time of War: The True Story Behind the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. USA: Texas A & M University Press

Henckaerts, J and Doswald-Beck, L (2005) Customary International Humanitarian Law, Volume 1: Rules. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Henham, R (2008) ‘Punishment and the Role of the Prosecutor in International Criminal Trials’, Criminal Law Forum 19: 395-429

Hirsch, M (2005) ‘The Sociology of International Law: Invitation to Study International Rules in their Social Context’ University of Toronto Law Journal 55: 891-939

Hirsh, D (2003) Law Against Genocide: Cosmopolitan Trials. London: The GlassHouse Press

Hod×iŠ R (2010) ‘Living the Legacy of Mass Atrocities: Victims’ Perspectives on War Crimes Trials’, Journal of International Criminal Justice 8(1): 113-136

Human Rights Watch (2008) Still Waiting: Bringing Justice for War Crimes, Crimes Against Humanity, and Genocide in Bosnia And Herzegovina’s Cantonal and District Courts. New York, Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch (2007) Narrowing the Impunity Gap: Trials Before Bosnia’s War Crimes Chamber. Vol. 19, No. 1(D)

Human Rights Watch (2006) Looking for Justice: The War Crimes Chamber in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Vol. 18, No. 1(D).

Humphrey, M (2003) ‘International Intervention, Justice and National Reconciliation: The Role of the ICTY and ICTR in Bosnia and Rwanda’, Journal of Human Rights 2(4): 495-506

IvaniševiŠ B (2008) The War Crimes Chamber in Bosnia and Herzegovina: From Hybrid to Domestic Court. New York, International Center for Transitional Justice

Jallow, H (2005) ‘Prosecutorial Discretion and International Criminal Justice’, Journal of International Criminal Justice 3(1): 145-161

Jones, J (2000) The Practice of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda 2nd ed. Ardsley, New York: Transnational Publishers, Inc.

Jorda, C (2001) Report of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia Since 1991, 17 September 2001 (A/56/352 - S/2001/865)

Jorda, C (2002) Report of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Prosecution of Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law Committed in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia Since 1991, 4 September 2002 (A/57/379 - S/2002/985)

Jorda, C and Hemptinne, J (2002) ‘The Status and Role of the Victim’ in Cassese, A, Gaeta, P and Jones, J (eds) The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Commentary Volume II. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Joyner, C (2005) International Law in the 21st Century: Rules for Global Governance. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

Kay, S (2004) ‘The Move from Oral Evidence to Written Evidence: “The Law is Always Too Short and Too Tight for Growing Humankind”’, Journal of International Criminal Justice 2(2): 495-502

Kerr, R (2007) ‘Peace through Justice? The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia’, Journal of Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 7(3): 385

Kerr (2006) ‘Prosecuting War Crimes: Trials and Tribulations’, The International Journal of Human Rights 10(1): 79-88

Kirk McDonald, G (2000) ‘Trial Procedures and Practices’ in Kirk McDonald, G and Swaak-Goldman, O (eds) Substantive and Procedural Aspects of International Criminal Law: The Experience of International and National Courts. The Hague, London and Boston: Kluwer Law International

Kittichasaree, K (2001) International Criminal Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Knoops, G (2004) ‘International and Internationalized Criminal Courts: The New Face of International Peace and Security?’, International Criminal Law Review 4: 527-547

Kravetz, D (2004) ‘The Protection of Civilians in War: The ICTY’s Galic Case’, Leiden Journal of International Law 17: 521-536

Kutnjak IvkoviŠ, S and Hagan, J (2006) ‘The Politics of Punishment and the Siege of Sarajevo: Toward a Conflict Theory of Perceived International (In)Justice’, Law and Society Review 40(2): 369-410

Lacey, N (2006) ‘The Constitution of Identity: Gender, Feminist Legal Theory, and the Law and Society Movement’ in Sarat, A (ed) The Blackwell Companion to Law and Society. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing

Leigh, M (1996) ‘The Yugoslav Tribunal: Use of Unnamed Witnesses against the Accused’, The American Journal of International Law 90(2): 235-238

Lobwein, W (2003) ‘The Victims and Witnesses Section at the ICTY’ Interview with Wendy Lobwein by Rohne, H. Max-Planck-Instiut. Available online at http://www.iuscrim.mpg.de/ww/en/pub/forschung/forschungsarbeit/kriminologie/opferperspektiven.htm

Lobwein, W (2006) ‘Experiences of the Victims and Witnesses Section at the I.C.T.Y’ in Ewald, U and Turkovic, K (eds) Large-Scale Victimisation as a Potential Source of Terrorist Activities: Importance of Regaining Security in Post-Conflict Societies. Amsterdam: IOS Press

Lowry,  R and McMahon, P (2010) ‘Home Court Advantage? Domestic Trials and Transitional Justice in Bosnia And Herzegovina’ in Barria, L and Roper, S (eds) The Development of Institutions of Human Rights: A Comparative Study, New York: Palgrave Macmillan

MacLean, J (2004) ‘The Enforcement of the Sentence in the Tadic Case’, in Fischer, H et al (eds) International and National Prosecution of Crimes under International Law: Current Developments. Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag

Mack, K and Roach Anleu, S (2007) ‘“Getting Through the List”: Judgecraft and Legitimacy in Lower Courts’, Social and Legal Studies 16(3): 341-361

Maxwell, D (2004) ‘The Law of War and Civilians on the Battlefield: Are We Undermining Civilian Protection?’, Military Review September-October: 17-25

May, R and Wieda, M (2001) ‘Evidence before the ICTY’ in May, R et al (eds) Essays on ICTY Procedure and Evidence in Honour of Gabrielle Kirk McDonald. The Hague: Kluwer Law International

McClean, E (2008) ‘The Responsibility to Protect: The Role of International Human Rights Law’, Journal of Conflict and Security Law 13(1): 123-152

McClendon, G (2009) ‘Building the Rule of International Criminal Law: The Role of Judges and Prosecutors in the Apprehension of War Criminals’, Human Rights Review 10: 349-372

McMahon, P and Porsythe, D (2008) ‘The ICTY’s Impact on Serbia: Judicial Romanticism meets Network Politics’, Human Rights Quarterly 30(2): 412-435

Meron, T (2000a) ‘The Humanization of Humanitarian Law’, American Journal of International Law 94(2): 239-278

Meron, T (2000b) ‘The Martens Clause, Principles of Humanity, and Dictates of Public Conscience’, The American Journal of International Law 94(1): 78-89

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Ni Aolain, F (2009) ‘Women, Security, and the Patriarchy of Internationalized Transitional Justice’, Human Rights Quarterly 31(4): 1055-1085

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Orie, A (2002) ‘Accusatorial v. Inquisitorial Approach in International Criminal Proceedings Prior to the Establishment of the ICC and in the Proceedings Before the ICC’ in Cassese, A et al (eds) The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Commentary. Oxford: Oxford University Press

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Sands, P (2003) From Nuremberg to The Hague: The Future of International Criminal Justice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Sarat, A (2006) ‘Vitality Amongst Fragmentation: On the Emergence of Postrealist Law and Society Scholarship’ in Sarat, A (ed) The Blackwell Companion to Law and Society. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing

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Schaak, B and Slye, R (2007) International Criminal Law and Its Enforcement: Cases and Materials. New York: Foundation Press

Schabas, W (2004) An Introduction to the International Criminal Court 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Schabas, W (2006) The UN International Criminal Tribunals: The former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Sriram, C (2001) ‘Universal Jurisdiction: Problems and Prospects of Externalizing Justice’, Finnish Yearbook of International Law 12: 47-70

Sriram, C (2006) ‘Wrong-Sizing International Justice? The Hybrid Tribunal in Sierra Leone’, Fordham International Law Journal 29: 472-506

Sriram, C (2007) ‘Justice as Peace? Liberal Peacebuilding and Strategies of Transitional Justice’, Global Society 21(4): 579-591

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The Spanish Transition

Aguilar, P (2008) ‘Transitional Justice or Post-Transitional Justice? Recent Developments in the Spanish Case’, South European Society and Politics 13: 417-433

Aguilar, P (2002) ‘Collective Memory and National Identity in the Spanish Democracy: The Legacies of Francoism and the Civil War’, History and Memory 14(1/2): 121-164

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