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    Focus on whether a criminal chamber in a reformed African Court represents progress or retrogression relative to advances made in the Rome Statute shifts attention from the similar foundation of the two courts on an epochal bifurcation between the worst human rights abuses and quotidian wrongs. This bifurcation compromises our understanding of how abuses are related, what we should do about them and how we should go about studying them. It is at the core of aspects of the International Criminal Court (ICC) that have come under severe criticism. It also imperils the criminal chamber of the nascent African Court.


Ato Kwamena Onoma
Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa.
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Access_open Digital Justice

Reshaping Boundaries in an Online Dispute Resolution Environment

Journal International Journal of Online Dispute Resolution, Issue 1 2014
Keywords ADR, ODR, DSD, digital technology, boundaries, dispute prevention
Authors Orna Rabinovich-Einy and Ethan Katsh
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    Digital technology is transforming the landscape of dispute resolution: it is generating an ever growing number of disputes and at the same time is challenging the effectiveness and reach of traditional dispute resolution avenues. While technology has been a disruptive force in the field, it also holds a promise for an improved dispute resolution landscape, one that is based on fewer physical, conceptual, psychological and professional boundaries, while enjoying a higher degree of transparency, participation and change. This promise remains to be realized as the underlying assumptions and logic of the field of dispute resolution have remained as they were since the last quarter of the 20th century, failing to reflect the future direction dispute resolution mechanisms can be expected to follow, as can be learned from the growth of online dispute resolution. This article explores the logic of boundaries that has shaped the traditional dispute resolution landscape, as well as the challenges such logic is facing with the spread of online dispute resolution.


Orna Rabinovich-Einy
Orna Rabinovich-Einy is Senior Lecturer, University of Haifa School of Law. Fellow, National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution. For advice and suggestions we appreciate the guidance received from participants in the Cardozo Works in Progress conference in November 2013 and the Copenhagen Business School – Haifa Law Faculty Colloquium.

Ethan Katsh
Ethan Katsh is Director, National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution and Professor Emeritus of Legal Studies, University of Massachusetts at Amherst. This article has benefited from research supported by National Science Foundation award #0968536, ‘The Fourth Party: Improving Computer-Mediated Deliberation through Cognitive, Social and Emotional Support’, <www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD_ID=0968536>.

Nie Jingjing
School of Law, Civil Aviation University of China, PHD Candidate of School of International Law, China University of Political Science and Law.

Yang Hui
Professor of Law, School of Law, Civil Aviation University of China.
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Security Implications of Non-Terrestrial Resource Exploitation

Other Legal Matters, Including Recent Developments in the Regulation of Space Debris, the Exploitation of Non-Terrestrial Resources, and the Implications of Proposed Missile Defence Systems

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 4 2000
Authors V. Pop

V. Pop
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The Development of Financing of Spacecraft

Applications & Implementation of the Outer Space Treaty

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 3 1997
Authors I.H.P. Diederiks-Verschoor

I.H.P. Diederiks-Verschoor
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Heavenly Junk III: Space Debris

Legal Issues Arising from Recent Technical Studies Relating to Space Debris

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 2 1995
Authors E.R. Finch

E.R. Finch
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UN, U.S., and C.I.S. Space Debris Positions: "Heavenly Junk"

Recent Developments in Space Law with Special Emphasis on Nuclear Power Sources

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 4 1993
Authors E.R. Finch Jr.

E.R. Finch Jr.
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Liability Issues on Space Debris: The Opinion of a Teacher in International Law

15th IAA-IISL Scientific-Legal Roundtable in Graz, Austria, 1993: "Scientific and Legal Aspects of Space Debris"

Journal International Institute of Space Law, Issue 5 1993
Authors P.M. Martin

P.M. Martin
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