This chapter covers criminal tribunals established by, or in relationship with, the United Nations (UN). It includes the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia; the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda; the International Criminal Court; The Special Court for Sierra Leone; the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia; the Special Tribunal for Lebanon; the Kosovo Regulation 64 Panels; the East Timor Special Panels for Serious Crimes; and the Bosnia and Herzegovina War Crimes Chamber. The chapter discusses the establishment and jurisdiction of each court or tribunal; its composition; its relationship with other bodies; resources and completion mechanisms; residual issue; and legacy.
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