Historical war crimes trials in Asia / Liu Daqun and Zhang Binxin, editors.

Brussels : Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2016.
xxxvi, 355 pages ; 24 cm.


FICHL publication series ; no. 27 (2016) [More in this series]
Editors' preface -- Foreword / Liu Daqun -- Foreword / Sun Xiaoxia -- Foreword / Hans-Peter Kaul -- Foreword / Theodor Meron -- Crimes against peace in the Tokyo Trial / Xue Ru -- From Tokyo to Rome : a Chinese perspective / Zhu Dan -- Japanese receptions of separate opinions at the Tokyo Trial / Yuma Totani -- Dissent at Tokyo : the opinion of Justice Henri Bernard at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East / David Cohen -- The Tokyo Trial and its influence on contemporary international criminal justice / Gao Xiudong -- The Nanjing Trials : victor's justice? Revisiting the case of Tani Hisao / Liu Daqun -- The Nanjing Trial and its impact on the Chinese and Japanese peoples / Wang Xintong -- On the successor commander's responsibility : the Okamura Yasuji Case revisited / Yang Lijun -- The fall of the tigers of Hong Kong : Chinese war crimes trials of three Japanese governors of Hong Kong / Zhang Tianshu -- War crimes trials in China after the Second World War : justice and politics / Zhang Binxin -- The progress of historical documents acquisition and compilation on Japanese war crimes trials after the Second World War in the National Library of China / Gao Hong and Li Dan -- Joint and command responsibility in Hong Kong's war crimes trials : revisiting the cases of Kishi Yasuo and Noma Kennosuke / Nina H.B. Jørgensen and Crustal Yeung -- Overcoming challenges in historical war crimes research : the Hong Kong War Crimes Trials Project / Suzannah Linton -- Evidence collection and preservation in international criminal tribunals / Guido Acquaviva.
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