Imprisonment for International Crimes.

An Interdisciplinary Analysis of the ICTY Sentence Enforcement Practice.
 
 
Duncker & Humblot (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 23. September 2020
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • XVI, 375 Seiten
978-3-428-15994-9 (ISBN)
 
How criminal sentences are enforced, is of fundamental concern for the legitimacy of any justice system. However, fairly little is known about the practice of enforcing the prison sentences imposed by the international criminal tribunals.
This volume offers a unique interdisciplinary lens - including international criminal and human rights law, penology, (supranational) criminology, transitional justice and terrorism studies - through which the policy and practice of enforcing the sentences of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) are analyzed. It is the first scientific work to comprehensively explore the significance of penal rehabilitation for the perpetrators of international crimes and its implementation in the prison treatment of the ICTY convicts.
The analysis is informed by rich and systematically collected empirical data, including indepth interviews with the ICTY/MICT officials, national prison officials, imprisoned ICTY convicts and released exprisoners. It shows comparatively - and in previously unseen detail - the trials and tribulations the practice of enforcing the ICTY sentences in different European prisons faces and offers necessary recommendations for the improvement of the vertical system for enforcement of international sentences.
  • Dissertationsschrift
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  • 2018
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  • Universität Freiburg
  • Englisch
  • Berlin
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  • Deutschland
  • Broschur/Paperback
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  • Klebebindung
  • 7
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  • 4 s/w Tabellen, 7 farbige Abbildungen
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  • 4 Tab., 7 farb. Abb.; XVI, 375 S., 7 farb. Abb., 4 schw.-w. Tab.
  • Höhe: 22.4 cm
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  • Breite: 14.8 cm
  • 495 gr
978-3-428-15994-9 (9783428159949)
1. Research Questions and Methodology
Questions - Methods
2. Sentencing Practice of the ICTY in the Context of International Criminal Justice: A Preliminary Overview
International Criminal Justice and its Overarching Aims - Achieving the Overarching Aims: The Issue of Legitimacy in the ICTY's Sentencing Practice - Summary
3. Understanding Macro-Criminality
Macro-Criminality: Etiological Delineations of International Crimes - Towards a Typology of Perpetrators - Summary
4. Rehabilitation and Macro-Criminality
Imprisonment and Human Rights: Unveiling the Concept of Rehabilitation - Archetype of the International Prison Institution: the Spandau Prison - Summary
5. The ICTY and a New System for the Enforcement of International Sentences
Basic Characteristics of the System - Consideration of Challenges for the Legitimacy of Enforcement - Summary
6.Enforcement of ICTY Sentences in Practice
General Policy on the Enforcement of ICTY Sentences - Designation of the State of Enforcement - Enforcement of ICTY Sentences in National Prisons - Evaluation
7. Summary and Suggestions for Improvement
The Hippocratic Principle: »Primum Non Nocere« - First, Do No Harm - More Transparency / More Cooperation with National Authorities in Perpetrators'Home States - Openness to Communication
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