Established by an agreement between the United Nations and the Government of Cambodia, the court has been operational since 2006, and seeks a mandate to try those most responsible for serious crimes committed during the Khmer Rouge period from 1975 to 1979. Written by Nina Jørgensen, who has worked as senior adviser in the tribunal?s Pre-Trial and Supreme Court Chambers, the Companion offers both direct insights and academic analysis organized around a series of themes including legality, structure, proceedings, jurisprudence, legitimacy and legacy.
This original book will prove a valuable and stimulating read for lawyers, judges and UN staff working within, establishing, or monitoring international courts and tribunals as well as local and international NGOs in Cambodia concerned with the ECCC. Academics focusing on international criminal justice will also find this useful to assess the value of the Extraordinary Chambers, both during the tribunal?s lifespan and after it has closed its doors.
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