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Christian Tomuschat
Professor of Public Law, International Law and European Law, Humboldt University, Berlin; member of the Institut de Droit international; former member of the UN Human Rights Committee; former member and Chairman of the UN International Law Commission. [chris.tomuschat@gmx.de] Published with permission from Oxford University Press. The article will be published in Volume 5, 2007, of the Journal of International Criminal Justice.

Matteo Fiori
Matteo Fiori, graduated in Law from the University of Rome “La Sapienza”. He has a Master of Law from the University of Groningen, and has been admitted to the Bar in Italy. In 2006 he worked as a legal intern at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
Case Law

Access_open Repentant before Justice

The Sentencing Dilemma of the Bralo Case

Journal Hague Justice Journal, Issue 2 2007
Authors Nicholas Walbridge
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Nicholas Walbridge
Nicholas Walbridge LL.B, BA (History) has been an Editor at the Hague Justice Portal since 2005.

Lennert Breuker
Lennert Breuker is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Public International Law at Leiden University in the Netherlands.

Harry Post
Harry Post is General Editor of the HJJ-JJH and Editor-in-Chief of the Hague Justice Portal.

Harmen van der Wilt
Harmen van der Wilt is Professor of International Criminal Law at the University of Amsterdam.

Yoshifumi Tanaka
Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Westminster School of Law, United Kingdom.

Matteo Fiori

Michael Pratt
Director of Research, International Boundaries Research Unit, Durham University, UK. Martin Pratt studied Geography at Durham University and International Relations at the University of Chicago before joining the International Boundaries Research Unit in 1994. He has been the Unit’s Director of Research since 2001. He has written extensively on land and maritime boundary issues around the world and has advised governments, commercial organisations and NGOs on a wide range of boundary and sovereignty disputes. Recent publications include: ‘A Terminal Crisis? Examining the Breakdown of the Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary Dispute Resolution Process’ (Conflict Management and Peace Science, 2006) and ‘How to Deal with Maritime Boundary Uncertainty in Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Areas’ (with Derek Smith, Association of International Petroleum Negotiators research papers series, 2007).



Roland Adjovi
Roland Adjovi is a legal officer at the Office of Public Counsel for Victims at the International Criminal Court.

Harry Post
Harry Post is General Editor of the HJJ-JJH and Editor-in-chief of the Hague Justice Portal.



Ruben Karemaker
Ruben Karemaker is an Associate Legal Officer, Chambers, United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. The views expressed herein are those of the author alone and do not necessarily refl ect the views of the International Tribunal or the United Nations in general.

Willem van Genugten
Willem van Genugten is a Professor of International Law at Tilburg University in the Netherlands.

André de Hoogh
Dr André de Hoogh is a senior lecturer in Public International Law at the University of Groningen.

Pauline Otten
Pauline Otten, LL.M is the Managing Editor at the Hague Justice Portal.

Philippe Sands
Professor Philippe Sands Q.C., University College London and Matrix Chambers.This is a (slightly) adapted text of a speech given on 6th April 2006 in The Hague at the opening of the 3rd Annual From Peace to Justice Conference.
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Access_open The Iron Rhine Arbitration Case: On the Right Legal Track?

Analysis of the Award and of its Relation to the Law of the European Community

Journal Hague Justice Journal, Issue 1 2006
Authors Ineke van Bladel
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Ineke van Bladel
Ineke van Bladel is Legal Counsel at the International Law Division of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The author acted as co-agent in the Iron Rhine case. The opinions expressed by the author in this paper are solely the author’s and do not necessarily represent those of the Government of the Netherlands. This article was previously published in the Hague Yearbook of International Law / Annuaire de La Haye de Droit International, Volume 18 (2005), p. 3-22.

Paul Tavernier
Paul Tavernier is Professor at the University of Paris XI and Director of CREDHO.
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