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Introduction: 'One, No One and One Hundred Thousand': Reflections on the Multiple Identities of the ICC, Triestino Mariniello Part 1: Crimes and Modes of Liability 1. The case for inclusion of terrorism in the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court, Harmen van der Wilt & Inez Braber 2. Command responsibility, joint commission and 'control over the crime' approach in the first ICC jurisprudence, Chantal Meloni Part 2: Rights of the Accused and of Victims 3. The right not to be tried twice for international crimes: An overview of the ne bis in idem principle within the Statutes of the ICC and the International Criminal Tribunals, Stefano Manacorda & Giulio Vanacore 4. Balancing Rights of the Accused with Rights of Victims before the International Criminal Court, Morris Anyah 5. Lubanga Decision on Victims' Reparations: Handing off the Hot Potato?, Paolo Lobba Part 3: The Relationship between the International Criminal Court and States 6. Building National Capacity for the International Criminal Court: Prospects and Challenges, Olympia Bekou 7. Has the International Criminal Court Unfairly Targeted Africa or has Africa Unfairly Targeted the International Criminal Court?, Lyal S. Sunga 8. Transitional Justice in DRC: The 2014 Amnesty Law and the Principle of Complementarity - Quid Juris?, Patricia Pinto Soares Part 4: Applicable Law and Judicial Creativity 9. The first Decision on Sentence of the International Criminal Court in the Lubanga case: Great (Unmet) Expectations, Silvia D'Ascoli 10. The Confirmation of Charges at the International Criminal Court: A Tale of Two Models , Triestino Mariniello & Niccolo Pons 11. From Lubanga to Ruto: Witness Proofing under the Applicable Law of the ICC, Sarah Finnin 12. General Principles of Law in the Early Jurisprudence of the ICC, Mohamed Badar & Noelle Higgins
Triestino Mariniello is a Lecturer in Law at Edge Hill University, UK.