International law is increasingly "judicialized." A once straightforward and simple world of unconditional State sovereignty evolves before our eyes into a maze of regional courts, State-to-State arbitrations, specialized substantive adjudications, international criminal tribunals, and human rights commissions. This Article takes as its subject one particular kind of international adjudicative tribunal that has become increasingly important in recent years: international mass claims commissions (IMCCs).
Understanding IMCCs: Compensation and Closure in the Formation and Function of Intentional Mass Claims Commissions,
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