The Future of International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice

Authored by: Mark A. Drumbl

The Ashgate Research Companion to International Criminal Law

Print publication date:  May  2013
Online publication date:  March  2016

Print ISBN: 9781409419181
eBook ISBN: 9781315613062
Adobe ISBN: 9781317043157

10.4324/9781315613062.ch23

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Abstract

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This chapter is adapted and updated from a commentary first published as Mark A. Drumbl, ‘International Criminal Law: Taking Stock of a Busy Decade’, in Volume 10 of the Melbourne Journal of International Law (2009). I thank the Melbourne Journal of International Law for permission to do so. Adaptations and updates reflect changes in current events, recent developments, and evolutions in my thinking. Lisa Markman of the Washington and Lee Law School provided stellar research assistance.

Only I never saw another butterfly. That one was the last one. Butterflies don’t live here, In the ghetto. 2 2

P Friedmann, ‘The Butterfly’, quoted in H Volavkova (ed) I Never Saw Another Butterfly (US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Schocken Books, 1993).

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