Controversies in International Criminal law
Some say we have moved from an age of impunity to an age of accountability. The past 20 years have seen the creation of several ad hoc international criminal tribunals and the establishment of a permanent international criminal court. But this past year has not been a good one for international justice. Michael Scharf, author of the award-winning new book, "The Legacy of Ad Hoc Tribunals in International Criminal Law" (Cambridge University Press, 2019), will discuss the successes and failures of international criminal justice, from the Nuremberg and Tokyo Tribunals to the ICC.
Michael P. Scharf, 凯斯西储大学（Case Western Reserve University）法学院院长
Jack Turner, 凯斯西储大学（Case Western Reserve University）LL.M项目主管
Su He, 凯斯西储大学（Case Western Reserve University）教授