Table of Contents
|Part 1The Establishment of theAd HocTribunals (the ICTY and the ICTR) and the International Criminal Court (the ICC)|
|1-The Establishment of the ICTY and ICTR||7|
|The Situations in the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda ||8|
|The Establishment of the International Criminal Tribunals ||16|
|The Legality of the Establishment and Competence of the Security Council ||18|
|The Legal Basis for the Establishment of an International Criminal Tribunal ||18|
|An International Treaty ||19|
|A General Assembly Resolution ||19|
|A Security Council Resolution ||20|
|The Justification of the Security Council's Action ||21|
|The Practice of the ICTY ||24|
|The Matter of Judicial Review of the Security Council Powers ||25|
|The Matter of Ad Hoc Tribunals as a Measure under Article 41 of the UN Charter ||28|
|The Matter of Characterisation of Armed Conflict (International or Non-International) ||29|
|The Matter of Creation of Ad Hoc Tribunals as a Subsidiary Organ ||30|
|The Matter of Protection of Humanitarian and Human Rights Law ||33|
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Book title: Implementing International Humanitarian Law: From the AD Hoc Tribunals to a Permanent International Criminal Court.
Contributors: Yusuf Aksar - Author.
Publisher: F. Cass.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2004.
Page number: vii.
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