National trials of international crimes in Bangladesh

transitional justice as reflected in judgments

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Abstract

In National Trials of International Crimes in Bangladesh, Professor Islam examines the judgments of the trials held under a domestic legislation, which is uniquely distinct from international or hybrid trials of international crimes. The book, falling under international criminal law area, is a ground-breaking original work on the first ever such trials in the ICC era. The author shows how the national law and judgments can act as a conduit to import international law to enrich and harmonise the domestic law of Bangladesh; and whether the Bangladesh experience (a) creates any precedential effect for such trials in the future; (b) offers any lessons for the ICC complementarity; and (c) contributes to the progressive development of Asian and international criminal jurisprudence.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLeiden ; Boston
PublisherBrill
Number of pages535
ISBN (Electronic)9789004389380
ISBN (Print)9789004389373
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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