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Can sovereigns be brought to justice? The crime of genocide's evolution and the meaning of the Milosevic trial
Michael J. Kelly, Can Sovereigns Be Brought to Justice? The Crime of Genocide's Evolution and the Meaning of the Milosevic Trial, 76 St. John's L. Rev. 257 (2002).
This paper tracks the evolution of genocide from an accepted wartime practice in antiquity to an international crime today and the concommitant effort to hold sovereigns accountable for commission of genocide. The trial ...
Milosevic prosecution and the erosion of sovereign immunity
Michael J. Kelly, The Milosevic Prosecution and the Erosion of Sovereign Immunity, Creighton Law., Summer 2002, at 12.
Nowhere to hide: Defeat of the sovereign immunity defense for crimes of genocide and the trials of Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam Hussein
Michael J. Kelly, Nowhere to Hide: Defeat of the Sovereign Immunity Defense for Crimes of Genocide and the Trials of Slobodan Milosevic and Saddam Hussein (2005).
Milosevic trial legacy: If not outcome, hope
Michael Kelly, Op-Ed, The Milosevic Trial Legacy: If Not Outcome, Hope, JURIST, Mar. 11, 2006, http://jurist.org/forum/2006/03/milosevic-trial-legacy-if-not-outcome.php.
Sovereign immunity for Saddam? Not likely
Michael Kelly, Op-Ed, Sovereign Immunity for Saddam? Not Likely, JURIST, Oct. 18, 2005, http://jurist.org/forum/2005/10/sovereign-immunity-for-saddam-not.php.