New Issue: International Criminal Law Review on Armenian Genocide Reparations

ICLR-BrillInternational Criminal Law Review
Volume 14, Issue 2, Special Issue: Armenian Genocide Reparations, 2014
ISSN: 1567-536X
E-ISSN: 1571-8123

The latest issue of the International Criminal Law Review (Vol. 14, no. 2, 2014) is out. Contents include:

  • Henry C. Theriault, Legal Avenues for Armenian Genocide Reparations
  • Aram I, The Armenian Genocide: From Recognition to Reparations
  • Susan L. Karamanian, Economic-Legal Perspectives on the Armenian Genocide
  • Patrick Dumberry, The Consequences of Turkey Being the ‘Continuing’ State of the Ottoman Empire in Terms of International Responsibility for Internationally Wrongful Acts
  • Dov Jacobs, Jumping Hurdles Backwards: The Armenian Genocide and the International Criminal Court
  • Marco Roscini, Establishing State Responsibility for Historical Injustices: The Armenian Case
  • Frédéric Mégret, The Notion of ‘Continuous Violations’, Expropriated Armenian Properties, and the European Court of Human Rights
  • Richard J. Wilson, Restoration of Historical Memory and Dignity for Victims of the Armenian Genocide
  • Vahé Tachjian, An Attempt to Recover Armenian Properties in Turkey through the French Authorities in Syria and Lebanon in the 1920s
  • Marcel Brus, Ius Humanitatis and the Right to Reparation for International Crimes in Foreign Domestic Courts
  • Taner Akçam, The Spirit of the Law: Following the Traces of Genocide in the Law of Abandoned Property
  • Sait Çetinoğlu, Foundations of Non-Muslim Communities: The Last Object of Confiscation
  • Irmgard Marboe, Compensation and Damages in International Law and their Relevance for the Valuation of Expropriated Armenian Property
  • Gabriele Della Morte, International Law between the Duty of Memory and the Right to Oblivion
  • Henry C. Theriault, Reparations for Genocide: Group Harm and the Limits of Liberal Individualism