John D. Ciorciari

Transitional Justice

On Trialkhmer rouge"Archiving Memory after Mass Atrocities," Working Paper 4/2012, Rapoport Center for Human Rights, University of Texas School of Law (July 2012)

Cambodia’s Trek Toward Reconciliation,” Peace Review 23:4 (2011)

"Liberal Legal Norms Meet Collective Criminality," Michigan Law Review 109:6 (2011)

"Trauma in the Courtroom" (with Anne Heindel), in Daryn Reicherter and Beth Van Schaack, eds., Cambodia's Invisible Scars (2011)

Transitional Justice in Cambodia’s Internationalized Court,” JPRI Working Paper No. 117, Japan Policy Research Institute (Sept. 2010)

"The Duch Verdict," Cambodia Tribunal Monitor (Northwestern), July 28, 2010

On Trial: The Khmer Rouge Accountability Process(John D.Ciorciari and Anne Heindel, eds., Documentation Center of Cambodia, 2009)

Who Should Stand Trial in Cambodia?Oxford Transitional Justice Research Working Paper, Oxford Centre for Socio-Legal Studies (Dec. 2008)

"Joint Criminal Enterprise and the Khmer Rouge Prosecutions," Cambodia Tribunal Monitor (Northwestern), Dec. 2008

"Possible Roles for a Special Advisor or Oversight Committee for the ECCC" (with Anne Heindel), Searching for the truth, first quarter 2008

"Justice and Judicial Corruption," Cambodia Tribunal Monitor (Northwestern), Oct. 2007

"The Khmer Krom and the Khmer Rouge Trials," Searching for the Truth (Aug. 2008)

The Khmer Rouge Tribunal (John D. Ciorciari, ed., Documentation Center of Cambodia, 2006)   

"Documenting the Crimes of Democratic Kampuchea," in Beth Van Schaack and Jaya Ramji, eds., Bringing the Khmer Rouge to Justice (London: Mellen Press, 2005)

"'Auto-Genocide’ and the Cambodian Reign of Terror," in Dominick Schaller and Rupen Boydjian, eds., Contributions to Genocide Studies (Zurich: Chronos Verlag, 2004)

"A Half-Way Challenge to Malaysia’s Internal Security Act," Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal 3:2 (2003)

"Hostage to a Junta: EU Policy toward Southeast Asia," Journal of European Affairs 1 (2003)

 

 

 

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