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Carsten Stahn (Carsten)

Geboren
1971
Geslacht
Man

Promotie (2006)

Type examen
Promotie
Datum
2006
Plaats
Berlijn

Gewoon Hoogleraar (2010)

Benoeming
Gewoon Hoogleraar
Faculteit
Rechtsgeleerdheid, Governance and Global Affairs
Vakgebied
Internationaal Recht
Leeropdracht
International Criminal Law and Global Justice
Datum benoeming
2010
Datum oratie
2011-10-31
Titel oratie
Between ‘faith’ and ‘facts’: By what standards should we assess international criminal justice?

Publicaties

Wetenschappelijk
  • Stahn C. & Jacobs D.L. (2016), The interaction between human rights fact-finding and international criminal proceedings: Toward a (new) typology. In: Alston P., Knuckey S. (red.) The Transformation of Human Rights Fact-Finding. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 257 – 280.
  • Harwood C. & Stahn C. (2015), Principle 13: Publicizing the Commission’s Reports. In: Gaeta P., Haldemann F., Unger T. (red.) Commentary on the United Nations Set of Principles to Combat Impunity.. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Stahn C. (2015), Marital Stress or Grounds for Divorce? Re-Thinking the Relationship Between R2P and International Criminal Justice, Criminal Law Forum 26(1): 13-50.
  • Stahn C. (2015), Admissibility Challenges before the ICC: From Quasi-Primacy to Qualified Deference?. In: Stahn C. (red.) The Law and Practice of the International Criminal Court.. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 228–259.
  • Stahn C. (2015), Reparative Justice after the Lubanga Appeal Judgment: New Prospects for Expressivism and Participatory Justice or ‘Juridified Victimhood’ by Other Means?, Journal of International Criminal Justice 13(4): 801-813.
  • Stahn C. (2015), Justice civilisatrice? The ICC, post-colonial theory, and faces of ‘the local’. In: De Vos C., Kendall S., Stahn C. (red.) Contested Justice: The Politics and Practice of the International Criminal Court Interventions.. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 46 – 84.
  • Stahn C. (2015), Evolution, Revolution or New Culture? The Changing Anatomy of International Criminal Justice (And Some of Its Curiosities), International Criminal Law Review 15(6): 1122-1137.
  • Stahn C. (2014), ‘R2P and Jus Post Bellum: Towards a Polycentric Approach’. In: Stahn C., Easterday S., Iverson J.M. (red.) Jus Post Bellum: Mapping the Normative Foundations.. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 102-121.
  • Stahn C. & De Brabandere E.C.P.D.C. (2014), The Future of International Legal Scholarship: Some Thoughts on ‘Practice’, ‘Growth’, and ‘Dissemination’, Leiden Journal of International Law 27(1): 1-10.
  • Stahn C. (2014), Human security and ethics in the spirit of Dag Hammarskjöld: An Introduction. In: Stahn C., Melber H. (red.) Peace Diplomacy, Global Justice and International Agency: Rethinking Human Security and Ethics in the Spirit of Dag Hammarskjöld.. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1 – 32.
  • Stahn C. (2014), Justice Delivered or Justice Denied? The Legacy of the Katanga Judgment, Journal of International Criminal Justice 12(4): 809-834.
  • Stahn C. (2014), Between Law-breaking and Law-making: Syria, Humanitarian Intervention and ‘What the Law Ought to Be’, Journal of Conflict & Security Law 19(1): 25-48.
  • Iverson J.M., Easterday J.S. & Stahn C. (2014), Exploring the Normative Foundations of Jus Post Bellum: An Introduction. In: Iverson J.M., Easterday J., Stahn C. (Red.) Jus Post Bellum: Mapping the Normative Foundations. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 1-11.
  • Stahn C. (2014), Complementarity and Cooperative Justice Ahead of Their Time? The UN War Crimes Commission and the Treatment of Facts and Evidence, Criminal Law Forum 25(1-2): 223-260.
  • Stahn C. (2014), From ‘Conference Machinery’ to ‘Global Administration’? International Executive Authority beyond Hammarskjöld. In: Stahn C., Melber H. (red.) Peace Diplomacy, Global Justice and International Agency: Rethinking Human Security and Ethics in the Spirit of Dag Hammarskjöld.. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 439– 475.
  • Stahn C. (2013), Sentencing Horror or Sentencing Heuristic’? A Reply to Heller’s ‘Sentence-Based’ Theory of Complementarity. In: Schabas W., McDermott Y., Hayes N. (red.) Ashgate Research Companion to International Criminal Law: Critical Perspectives.. Farnham: Ashgate. 357-367.
  • Stahn C. (2013), Syria and the Semantics of Intervention, Punishment and Aggression: On Red Lines and Blurred Lines, Journal of International Criminal Justice 11(5): 955-977.
  • Stahn C. (2012), Between 'Faith' and 'Facts': By What Standards Should We Assess International Criminal Justice, Leiden Journal of International Law 25: 251-282.
  • Stahn C. (2012), One Step Forward, Two Steps Back?, Harvard International Law Journal 53(1): 183-196.
  • Stahn C. & Herik L.J. van den (2012), Fragmentation, Diversification and 3D Legal Pluralism: ICL as the Jack-in-the-Box?. In: Herik L.J. van den, Stahn C. (red.) Diversification and Fragmentation of International Criminal Law. Leiden Studies on the Frontiers of International Law nr. 1. Leiden / Boston: Martinus Nijhoff. 21-87.
  • Stahn C. (2012), Libya, the ICC and Complementarity: A Test for 'Shared Responsibility', Journal of International Criminal Justice 10(2): 325-351.
  • Stahn C. (2011), How is the Water? Light and shadow in the first years of the ICC, Criminal Law Forum 22(1): 175-197.
  • Stahn C. (2011), Taking Complementarity Seriously: On the sense and sensibility of 'classical', 'positive' and 'negative' complementarity. In: Stahn C (Red.) The International Criminal Court and Complementarity. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 233-282.
  • Stahn C. (2011), Introduction: bridge over troubled waters?. In: Stahn C., El Zeidy M. (red.) The International Criminal Court and Complementarity: From Theory to Practice.. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 1- 18.
  • Stahn C. (2010), The ‘End’, the ‘Beginning of the End’ or the ‘End of the Beginning’? Introducing Debates and Voices on the Crime of ‘Aggression’, Leiden Journal of International Law 23(4): 875-882.
  • Stahn C. (2010), Connally Reservation. In: Wolfrum R. (red.) Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law. nr. 2. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 662-665.
  • Stahn C. (2010), The Law and Practice of International Territorial Administration. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Stahn C. (2010), Perspectives on Katanga: An Introduction, Leiden Journal of International Law 23(2): 311-318.
  • Stahn C. (2009), Judicial Review of Prosecuterial Discretion: 5 Years on. In: Stahn C., Sluiter G. (Red.) The Emerging Practice of the International Criminal Court. Leiden, Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. 247-279.
  • Stahn C. (2009), Arrest and Surrender to the ICC: A Contextual Reading. In: Bergsmo M., Kalmanovitz P. (Red.) Law in Peace Negotiations. Oslo: Peace Research Institute Oslo. 191-217.
  • Stahn C. (2009), Judicial Review of Prosecuterial Discretion: On experiments and imperfections. In: Sluiter G. (Red.) International Criminal Procedure: Towards a Coherent Body of Law. London: Cameron May. 235-266.
  • Stahn C. & Nerlich V. (2008), The International Criminal Court and Cooperation, Leiden Journal of International Law: 429-430.
  • Stahn C., Schabas W. & El Zeidy M. (2008), The International Criminal Court and Complementarity: Five Years on, Criminal Law Forum 19: 1-3.
  • Stahn C. (2008), The Law and Practice of International Territorial Administration: Versailles to Iraq and Beyond. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Stahn C. (2008), Complementarity: A Tale of Two Notions, Criminal Law Forum, Criminal Law Forum 19: 87-113.
  • Stahn C. (2008), Jus Post Bellum: Mapping the Discipline(s), American University International Law Review 23: 311-347.
  • Stahn C. & Schabas W. (2008), Legal aspects of the Lubanga Case, Criminal Law Forum 19: 431-434.
  • Stahn C. (2008), Jus Post Bellum: Towards a law of transition from conflict to peace. Cambridge: T.M.C. Asser Press/Cambridge University Press.
  • Stahn C. (2007), The International Criminal Court and the Shortcomings of Domestic Legislation, Leiden Journal of International Law 20: 165.
  • Stahn C. (2007), Responsibility to Protect: Political Rhetoric or Emerging Legal Norm, American Journal of International Law 101: 99-120.
Overig
  • Stahn C. (red.) (2015), The Law and Practice of the International Criminal Court. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Stahn C., De Vos C.M. & Kendall S. (red.) (2015), Contested Justice: The Policies and Practices of International Criminal Court Interventions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Stahn C., Easterday J. & Iverson J.M. (Red.) (2014), Jus Post Bellum: Mapping the Normative Foundations. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Stahn C. (red.) (2014), Peace Diplomacy, Global Justice and International Agency: Rethinking Human Security and Ethics in the Spirit of Dag Hammarskjöld. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Herik L.J. van den & Stahn C. (red.) (2012), The Diversification and Fragmentation of International Criminal Law. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.
  • Stahn C. (31 oktober 2011), Between ‘faith’ and ‘facts’: By what standards should we assess International Criminal Justice? (Oratie). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.
  • Stahn C. & Zeidy M. (red.) (2011), The International Criminal Court and Complementarity: From Theory to Practice nr. 2009. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Stahn C. & Herik L.J. van den (red.) (2010), Future Perspectives on International Criminal Justice. Den Haag: TMC Asser Press.
  • Stahn C. & Sluiter G. (red.) (2009), The Emerging Practice of the International Criminal Court. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.

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