Implementing International Humanitarian Law: From the Ad Hoc Tribunals to a Permanent International Criminal Court

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List of Abbreviations

Afr. J. Int.'l & Comp. L

African Journal of International & Comparative Law

AJIL

American Journal of International Law

Alb. L. Rev.

Albany Law Review

All E R

All England Law Reports

Am. U. J. Int.'l L. & Pol'y

American University Journal of International Law and Policy Proceedings

ASIL

American Society of International Law Proceedings

ASILS Int.'l L. J.

ASILS International Law Journal

Bos. Univ. Int.'l L. J.

Boston University International Law Journal

Brook. J. Int.'l L.

Brooklyn Journal of International Law

BYIL

British Yearbook of International Law

Can. Y. Int.'l L.

Canadian Yearbook of International Law

CLP

Current Legal Problems

Col. Hum. Rts. L. Rev.

Columbia Human Rights Law Review

Col. J. Trans.'lL.

Columbia Journal of Transnational Law

Corn. Int.'l L. J.

Cornell International Law Journal

Crim. L. F.

Criminal Law Forum

Denv. J. Int.'l L.

Denver Journal of International Law

Denv. J. Int.'l L. & Pol'y

Denver Journal of International Law & Policy

Dick. J. Int.'l L.

Dickinson Journal of International Law

Duke J. Comp. & Int.'l L.

Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law

EHRR

European Human Rights Reports

EJIL

European Journal of International Law

Emory Int.'l L. R.

Emory International Law Review

Eur. J. Cr., Cr. L. & Cr. J.

European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice

Flet. F. W. Aff.

Fletcher Forum World Affairs

Ford. Int.'l L. J.

Fordham International Law Journal

GA. J. Int.'l & Comp. L.

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

Ge. Imm. L. J.

Georgetown Immigration Law Journal

Harv. Int.'l L. J.

Harvard International Law Journal

HRQ

Human Rights Quarterly

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