A new issue of the New England Journal of International and Comparative Law is out (volument eighteen). This issue has an article by our own Joseph Davids on the evolution of crimes against humanity into something more akin to human rights crimes.
Also by Joseph is a contribution in the recently released vol. 28 of Kip & Sluiter’s Annotated Leading Cases of the International Criminal Tribunals dealing with the issue of the contempt jurisdiction of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. More informaiton on this volume can be found here.