Vertical (In)consistency of International Sentencing: Case Study of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Rwanda

This NWO funded project aims to empirically evaluate to what extent sentencing of international crimes by international criminal tribunals and domestic courts evolved into consistent practice and how any inconsistencies in international sentencing can be explained. Genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes are the most serious crimes of international concern. These international crimes, such … Continue reading Vertical (In)consistency of International Sentencing: Case Study of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Rwanda