A Selected Socio-legal Bibliography on Ethnic Cleansing, Wartime Rape, and Genocide in the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda

A Selected Socio-legal Bibliography on Ethnic Cleansing, Wartime Rape, and Genocide in the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda

By: Ibtisam M. Mahmoud (author), Hilmi M. Zawati (author)Hardback

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The aim of this bibliography, comprising more than 6,000 entries, is to facilitate and promote the research and writing of legal scholars, students and human rights activists in the fields of ethnic cleansing, genocide and sexual violence during national and international armed conflicts. It provides an overview of carefully selected socio-legal materials published in English and other European languages on ethnic cleansing, genocide and sexual violence during armed conflict in the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. This timely project, which commemorates the tenth anniversary of the ethnic cleansing and genocide in the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, has a great deal of interest to academics and those who are active in conflict/dispute settlement efforts in war-torn areas of the world. The entire bibliography is alphabetically organized and sequentially numbered. Entries are arranged by format under eleven main headings, with each heading divided into different sub-headings. Books, collections of essays, periodical articles, addresses, interviews, proceedings, dissertations, and manuscripts are arranged alphabetically by the first letter of the family name of the author/editor. Encyclopedia articles, treaties, national agreements, decisions, declarations, and legislations, government documents, NGO documents, professional associations' documents, audio-visual materials, and press releases are organized alphabetically by the first letter of the document's title. In some cases, particularly for United Nations documents, entries are arranged in chronological order. To facilitate searching this bibliography, all material is organized in a detailed table of contents, and an author/editor index is provided at the end of the volume. This index is arranged according to the alphabetical order of the author/ editor's last name and refers to the number of each entry listed under that name in the body of the bibliography.

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About Author

Ibtisam M. Mahmoud received her MBSI from the Universite de Montreal in library and information sciences, and her DGSL in library studies from Concordia University. Since her graduation, she has served as a professional librarian at the documentation centre of rights and democracy in Montreal. Hilmi M. Zawati teaches in the division of Humanities, Bishop's University. He has been a prominent speaker, activist and author on the Islamic law of nations, the international criminal justice system, and human rights legal advocacy for more than two decades. Dr. Zawati's most recent legal work is his book Is Jihad a just war?: War, Peace, and Human Rights under Islamic and Public International Law.

Contents

Notes on the Pronunciation of the Arabic and Cyrillic Alphabets i; Preface v; Acknowledgements ix; Introduction 1; I. Books 5; 1. Books 5; 2. Collections of Essays 45; 3. Encyclopaedia Articles 120; II. Articles in Journals 121; III. Entries in other Languages 189; 1. Arabic 189; 2. Bulgarian 189; 3. Danish 189; 4. Dutch 190; 5. French 190; 6. German 197; 7. Hungarian 201; 8. Italian 203; 9. Norwegian 203; 10. Serbo-Croatian 204; 11. Spanish 216; 12. Turkish. 216; IV. International Materials 217; 1. Treaties, Conventions, and Agreements 217; A. International 217; B. Regional 224; 2. United Nations Documents 229; A. General Assembly 229; i. Reports 229; (a) Secretary-General's Reports and Notes 229; (b) Other Reports 231; ii. Resolutions 232; B. Security Council 236; i. Presidential Statements 236; ii. Resolutions 241; iii. Reports 261; C. Economic and Social Council 268; i. Resolutions 268; ii. Sessional Decisions 268; iii. Sessional Reports 269; D. UN Commission on Human Rights Reports 270; E. The International Court of Justice (ICJ) 279; i. Applications 279; ii. Press Releases 279; F. The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) 281; i. Annual Reports 281; ii. Agreements 282; iii. Bulletin Articles 282; iv. General Reports 282; v. Press Releases 282; vi. Rules and Codes 283; G. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) 284; i. Annual Reports 284; ii. Bilateral Agreements 284; iii. Fact Sheets 284; iv. Press Releases 285; v. Statements 286; H. Reports by other UN Commissions and Organizations 286; i. High Commissioner for Human Rights Field Operation in Rwanda 286; ii. UN Children's Fund 287; iii. UN Commission on the Status of Women 287; iv. UN Division for the Advancement of Women 287; v. UN Fourth World Conference on Women 288; vi. UN High Commissioner for Refugees 288; vii. UN Population Fund 288; 3. Other International Organizations 288; A. Council of Europe (EC) 289; B. North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) 289; i. NATO Fact Sheets 289; ii. NATO Historical Reviews 289; iii. NATO Press Releases 289; iv. NATO Review 290; v. NATO Speeches 290; C. Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) 290; D. Organization of African Unity (OAU) 290; E. Organization of American States (OAS) 290; F. Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) 290; V. National Agreements, Decisions, Declarations, and Legislations 293; 1. Belgium 293; 2. Canada 293; 3. Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 293; 4. Republic of Albania 293; 5. Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina 294; 6. Republic of Croatia 295; 7. Republic of Kosovo 295; 8. Republic of Rwanda 295; 9. Republic of Serbia 296; 10. Republic of Turkey 297; 11. United States of America 297; VI. Cases 299; 1. International Cases 299; A. International Court of Justice (ICJ) 299; i. Judgments 299; ii. Declarations and Opinions 299; (a) Declarations 299; (b) Opinions 300; iii. Orders 301; B. Special International Tribunals 304; i. The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) 304; (a) Decisions 304; (b) Orders and Warrants 304; (c) Indictments and Proceedings 306; (d) Judgments 312; ii. The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) 315; (a) Decisions 315; (b) Indictments 315; (c) Judgments and Sentences 316; iii. Other Special Tribunals 317; The Human Rights Chamber for Bosnia and Herzegovina 317; iv. Arbitral Tribunals 317; (a) Arbitral Tribunal of the Council of Europe 317; (b) Arbitration Commission of the European Community 317; (c) The Brcko Arbitral Tribunal 318; (d) OSCE Court of Conciliation and Arbitration 318; v. UN Commissions 318; UN Committee against Torture 318; 2. Regional Cases 318; A. Communications under the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights 318; B. European Court of Human Rights 319; 3. National and Universal Jurisdiction 319; A. Argentina 319; B. Australia 319; C. Austria 320; D. Belgium 320; E. Bosnia and Herzegovina 320; F. Canada 321; G. Croatia 326; H. Denmark 326; I. Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 326; J. France 326; K. Germany 326; L. Netherlands 327; M. Switzerland 327; N. United Kingdom 328; O. United States 328; VII. Governmental Documents 331; 1. Canada 331; A. Canada Government Documents 331; B. Canada Parliamentary Papers 332; 2. European Union 332; 3. Federal Republic of Yugoslavia 333; 4. France 335; 5. North Atlantic Council 335; 6. Republic of Albania 335; 7. Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina 336; 8. Republic of Croatia 337; 9. Republic of Kosovo 337; 10. Republic of Rwanda 338; 11. Republic of Serbia 338; 12. Russian Federation 338; 13. United States of America 339; A. CSCE 339; B. House of Representatives 340; C. The Senate 342; D. US Government Reports 344; VIII. Non-Governmental Organizations' Documents 347; 1. African Rights 347; A. Books 347; B. Reports 347; C. Journal Witness to Genocide 348; D. Discussion Papers 349; 2. Amnesty International 349; A. Annual Reports 349; B. General Reports 350; C. News Releases 351; D. Women's Action 353; 3. Bosnian Institute 353; 4. Cato Institute 356; 5. The Center for Reproductive Law and Policy 356; A. Reproductive Freedom News 356; B. Books and Reports 357; C. Shadow Reports 357; 6. Human Rights Watch 357; A. Reports 357; i. Annual Reports 357; ii. Books 358; iii. General Reports 358; B. Backgrounder 361; C. Campaigns 361; D. Kosovo Flashes 361; E. Press Releases 364; 7. Humanitarian Aid Medical Development (HMD) 365; 8. Humanitarian Law Center 365; A. Books 365; B. Press Releases 365; 9. International Crisis Group 366; 10. International Federation of Human Rights League 366; 11. International Helsinki Federation for Human Rights 367; Reports 367; 12. International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims 367; Books 367; 13. Institute for War and Peace Reporting 367; A. General Electronic Reports 367; i. Balkan Crisis Report 367; ii. Tribunal Update 368; iii. War Report 393; B. Special Reports 393; 14. Kosovo Crisis Center 393; A. Studies 394; B. Documents 394; C. Kosovo Crisis Center News 394; 15. Minority Rights Group International 394; 16. Physicians for Human Rights 394; A. Books 395; B. Testimonies 395; C. Press Releases 395; 17. Rights and Democracy (International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development) 395; A. Reports and Studies 395; B. News Releases 396; C. Newsletter Articles 396; D. Memorandums and Statements 397; 18. Steering Committee of the Joint Evaluation of Emergency Assistance to Rwanda 398; 19. US Institute of Peace 398; A. Books 398; B. Reports 398; 20. Women Living under Muslim Laws 399; A. Books 399; B. Compilation of Information 399; 21. Working Group on Engendering the Rwandan Criminal Tribunal 399; A. Report 399; B. Amicus Curiae Brief 399; 22. Other NGOs 399; A. Africa Direct 399; B. Antiwar 400; C. The Balkan Institute 400; D. Carnegie Commission on Preventing Deadly Conflict 400; E. Center for Constitutional Rights 400; F. Chr. Michelsen Institute 400; G. Eurasia News 400; H. International Centre for Migration Policy Development 400; I. International Human Rights Law Group 400; J. International Women's Human Rights Clinic 400; K. Kosovo Crisis Center 400; L. The Lawyers Committee for Human Rights 401; M. Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights 401; N. No Peace without Justice 401; O. Organization for Defending Victims of Violence 401; P. Thomas J. Watson Institute for International Studies 401; Q. Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children 401; R. Women's Health Project 401; IX. Professional Associations' Documents 403; 1. American Bar Association 403; 2. American Society of International Law 403; 3. Association of Philosophers and Sociologists of Kosova 403; 4. The Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts 403; X. Other Sources 405; 1. Audio Visual Material 405; 2. Book Reviews 423; 3. Addresses and Papers Delivered at Conferences, Invited Lectures and Term Papers 429; A. Addresses and Papers Delivered at Conferences 430; B. Invited Lectures and Statements 441; C. Term Papers 446; 4. Electronic Media 446; A. CD-ROM 446; B. Relevant Links 447; C. Web Documents 454; D. Email Discussion Lists Materials 459; i. Bosnet-Digest 459; ii. Justwatch 460; iii. Twatch 463; 5. Letters 464; 6. Magazines 479; 7. Newspapers 511; 8. Press Conferences 528; 9. Press Releases 529; 10. News Agencies 530; A. Agence France Presse 530; B. Agence Hirondelle 531; C. The Associated Press 532; D. Reuters 533; 11. Interviews 534; 12. Published Proceedings 536; 13. Dissertations 549; Acronyms 555; Author/Editor Index 557

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  • publication date: 31/10/2004
  • ISBN13: 9780773462601
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 597
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