Recent years have been marked by a rapid proliferation of international and mixed criminal justice institutions and by the growing reliance on these mechanisms for preventing and responding to major humanitarian crises through the enforcement of individual responsibility for core international crimes. As the end of the Cold War defused the political tensions in a deeply divided bipolar world, a plethora of courts and tribunals were set up in a breathtakingly short period of time (1993–2007) to deal with mass atrocities committed in the course of conflict. Notably,...
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