van der Wilt & Paulussen: Legal Responses to Transnational and International Crimes

van der Wilt & Paulussen: Legal Responses to Transnational and International Crimes

Harmen van der Wilt (Univ. of Amsterdam) & Christophe Paulussen (T.M.C. Asser Instituut) have published Legal Responses to Transnational and International Crimes: Towards an Integrative Approach (Edward Elgar Publishing 2017). Contents include:

  • Harmen van der Wilt, Legal responses to transnational and international crimes: towards an integrative approach?
  • Neil Boister, Responding to transnational crime: the distinguishing features of transnational criminal law
  • Héctor Olásolo, Is international criminal law an appropriate mechanism to deal with organised crime in a global society?
  • Marta Bo, Piracy at the intersection between international and national: regional enforcement of a transnational crime
  • I.L. Braber, Terrorism as a new generation transnational crime: prosecuting terrorism at the International Criminal Court
  • Alejandro Chehtman, Terrorism and the conceptual divide between international and transnational criminal law
  • Ilias Bantekas, Cybercrime and its sovereign spaces: an international law perspective
  • Nicolò Bussolati, Domestic and international legal approaches to the repression of politically-motivated cyber attacks
  • Giulio Nessi, Transnational prosecution of grand corruption and its discontent
  • D.J. van Leeuwen, Prosecuting money laundering at the ICC: can it stop the funding of international criminal organisations?
  • M.L. Ferioli, Safeguarding defendants’ rights in transnational and international cooperation
  • Sabine Gless, Ne bis in idem in an international and transnational criminal justice perspective — paving the way for an individual right?
  • S.J. Wirken & H. Bosdriesz, Privatisation and increasing complexity of mass violence in Mexico and Central America: exploring appropriate international responses
  • Charles Chernor Jalloh, The distinction between ‘international’ and ‘transnational’ crimes in the African Criminal Court

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