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Kerstin von Lingen (ed), War Crimes Trials in Asia: Debating Collaboration and complicity in the aftermath of War (submitted, Palgrave, forthcoming 2017).

Kerstin von Lingen (ed), War Crimes Trials in the Wake of Decolonization and Cold War in Asia, 1945-1956: Justice in Time of Turmoil (Palgrave, 2016).

Kerstin von Lingen (ed.), Transcultural Justice. The Tokyo IMT Trial and the Allied Struggle for Justice, 1946-1948, forthcoming 2017.

Kerstin von Lingen (zusammen mit Klaus Gestwa) Zwangsarbeit als Kriegsressource. Systematische Überlegungen zur Beziehungsgeschichte von Krieg und Zwangsarbeit, in: Lingen/ Gestwa (Hg), Zwangsarbeit als Kriegsressource in Europa und Asien, Paderborn 2014, S. 15-56.

Kerstin von Lingen, “Germany as a role model? The long and winding path toward national acceptance of Nazi War deeds, 1945-2015”, in: Barak Kushner (ed), Specter of Empire: the Fall of Imperial Japan and the Postwar Struggle for Legitimacy (submitted, forthcoming Routledge 2016).

Kerstin von Lingen, ‘The Morality of Evil. Defense Strategies of Nazi perpetrators’, in: Norman Goda (ed), Writing retribution. Holocaust Justice and its Meaning (submitted, forthcoming Berghahn 2016).

Kerstin von Lingen, ‘Defining Crimes against Humanity: The Contribution of the United Nations War Crimes Commission to International Criminal Law, 1944-1947’, in: Morten Bergsmo, Wui Ling CHEAH, Ping YI (ed), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law, Brussels 2014, S. 475-506. PURL: https://www.legal-tools.org/doc/8eb79b/ .

Kerstin von Lingen, ‚Deutsche Militärjustiz und Besatzung in Italien 1943-1945‘, in: Claudia Bade, Lars Skowronski, Michael Viebig (Hg.), NS-Militärjustiz im Zweiten Weltkrieg – Disziplinierungs- und Repressionsinstrument in europäischer Dimension, Göttingen 2015, S. 133-152.

Kerstin von Lingen, ‘Fulfilling the Martens Clause: Debating ‘Crimes Against Humanity’, 1899-1945’, in: Fabian Klose/ Mirjam Thulin (eds), Humanity – A History of European Concepts in Practice from the 16th Century to the Present (Göttingen V&R, 2016), S. 187-208.

Kerstin von Lingen, ‘Hitler’s Military Elite in Italy and the Question of ‘Decent War’’, in: Katrin Paehler/ David Messenger (Hg), "Nazi Self-Help" and Recast Identities: Post-War Fates of Nazi Functional Elites, pp. 169-199, Lexington: University Press of Kentucky 2015, S. 169-199.

Kerstin von Lingen, ‘Setting the Path for the UNWCC: The Representation of European Exile Governments On The London International Assembly and The Commission For Penal Reconstruction and Development, 1941-1944’, in: International Criminal Law Forum, Vol. 25, 1 (2014), p. 45-76.

Kerstin von Lingen/ Robert Cribb: Rethinking Justice? War Crimes Trials in Asia in the Context of Decolonization and Cold War, in: Kerstin von Lingen (ed), War Crimes Trials in the Wake of Decolonization and Cold War in Asia, 1945-1956: Justice in Time of Turmoil (Palgrave, 2016), p. 1-23.

Kerstin von Lingen/ Robert Cribb: War Crimes Trials in Asia: Collaboration and complicity in the aftermath of war, in: Kerstin von Lingen (ed), War Crimes Trials in Asia: Debating Collaboration and complicity in the aftermath of War (submitted, Palgrave, forthcoming 2017).

Kerstin von Lingen, ‘Lord William Patrick, Arthur Comyns-Carr and British approaches to the IMTFE’, in: Kerstin von Lingen (ed.), Transcultural Justice. The Tokyo IMT Trial and the Allied Struggle for Justice, 1946-1948, forthcoming 2017.

Kerstin von Lingen: Sondergericht Bozen: ‚Standgerichte der Besatzungsjustiz‘ gegen Südtiroler, 1943–1945, in: Tullio Omezzoli, Kerstin von Lingen (eds.), Giustizia Straordinaria nell’Italia occupata, 1943-1945/ Sonderjustiz im besetzten Italien, 1943-1945, Storia e Regione/ Geschichte und Region 24 (2015), Bozen 2016, S. 75-94.

Anja Bihler, “Late Republican China and the Development of International Criminal Law: China’s Role in the United Nations War Crimes Commission in London and Chungking”, in Morten Bergsmo et.al (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2014, pp. 507-540.

Anja Bihler, “On a ‘sacred mission’- Representing the Republic of China at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East”, in Kerstin von Lingen (ed.), Centering the Margins: The Tokyo Tribunal in Transcultural Perspective (forthcoming 2017).

Anja Bihler, “The Trial of Japanese War Criminals and the Legacy of Foreign Extraterritoriality in the Republic of China”, in Kerstin von Lingen (ed), War Crimes Trials in the Wake of Decolonization and Cold War in Asia, 1945-1956: Justice in Time of Turmoil (Palgrave, 2016), p. 93-116.

Ann-Sophie Schoepfel, ‘Defending French National Interests? The Quai d’Orsay, Ambassador Zinovy Peshkoff, Justice Henri Bernard and the Tokyo Trial’, in: Kerstin von Lingen (ed), War Crimes Trials in the Wake of Decolonization and Cold War in Asia, 1945-1956: Justice in Time of Turmoil (Palgrave, 2016), p. 167-194.

Ann-Sophie Schoepfel, ‘Juger l’Empereur ? Le triomphe de la Realpolitik au Japon (1945-1948)’ (forthcoming 2016).

Ann-Sophie Schoepfel, ‘Justice and Decolonization: War crimes on trial in Saigon, 1946-1950’ (forthcoming 2016).

Ann-Sophie Schoepfel-Aboukrat, “Dynamics of justice in Indochina (1944-1946): France’s Commitment to the Rule of Law and the Punishment of Japanese War Crimes”, in: RIPAR 3 “Societies in Transition. Asia-Pacific between Conflict and Reconciliation”, Göttingen 2016, pp. 104-124.

Ann-Sophie Schöpfel, “Dans les coulisses d’un lieu de mémoire en Chine: la Seconde Guerre Mondiale entre aiguo, patriotisme, et jiyi, mémoire, Musée de la Guerre de Résistance de Pékin”, Annales de l’Est. 2013, pp. 162-185.

Ann-Sophie Schöpfel, “La voix des juges français dans les procès de Nuremberg et de Tokyo, Défense d’une idée de justice universelle”, Guerres Mondiales et Conflits Contemporains, 2013, pp. 101-114.

Ann-Sophie Schöpfel, “War Court as a Form of State Building: The French Prosecution of Japanese War Crimes at the Saigon and Tokyo Trials”, in Bergsmo, Cheah and Yi (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law (TOAEP), 2014, pp. 119-142.

Lisette Schouten, ‘Colonial justice at the Netherlands Indies war crimes trials’ in Kirsten Sellars (ed.), Trials for International Crimes in Asia (Cambridge University Press, 2016), pp. 75-99.

Lisette Schouten, ‘From Tokyo to the United Nations: B.V.A. Röling, International Criminal Jurisdiction and the Debate on Establishing an International Criminal Court, 1949–1957’, in Morten Bergsmo, CHEAH Wui Ling and YI Ping (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law, Volume 2 (Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussel, 2014), pp. 177-212.

Lisette Schouten,In the footsteps of Grotius. The Netherlands and its representation at the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, 1945-1948’, in: Kerstin von Lingen (ed.), Transcultural Justice. The Tokyo IMT Trial and the Allied Struggle for Justice, 1946-1948, forthcoming 2017.

Lisette Schouten, ‘Netherlands East Indies’ War Crime Trials in the Face of Decolonization’ in Kerstin von Lingen (ed.), War Crimes Trials in the Wake of Decolonization and Cold War in Asia, 1945-1956: Justice in Time of Turmoil (Palgrave 2016), p. 195-220.

Milinda Banerjee, ‘“All This is Indeed Brahman”: Rammohun Roy and a ‘Global’ History of the Rights-Bearing Self’, in The Asian Review of World Histories, 3 (1) 2015: 81-112.

Milinda Banerjee, ‘Does International Criminal Justice Require a Sovereign? Historicizing Radhabinod Pal’s Tokyo Judgment in Light of his ‘Indian’ Legal Philosophy’, in Morten Bergsmo, Cheah Wui Ling, and Yi Ping (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law, vol. 2, pp. 67-117, Forum for International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Publication Series No. 21 (2014), Brussels: Torkel Opsahl; archived in International Criminal Court Legal Tools Database, https://www.legal-tools.org/en/doc/7c217c/

Milinda Banerjee, 'Decolonization, Rule of Law, and Subaltern Sovereignty: India and the Tokyo Trial', in: Kerstin von Lingen (ed), War Crimes Trials in the Wake of Decolonization and Cold War in Asia, 1945-1956: Justice in Time of Turmoil (Palgrave, 2016), p. 69-91.

Milinda Banerjee, ‘Empire and Natural Law: Situating the Indian Judge within the Tokyo Trial Debates’, in Kerstin von Lingen (ed.), Transcultural Justice. The Tokyo IMT Trial and the Allied Struggle for Justice, 1946-1948, forthcoming 2017.

Valentyna Polunina, “Between Interests and Values. Ukraine’s Contingent Acceptance of International Criminal Justice”, in International Academy of Nuremberg Principles (ed.), Part one: Exploring legal, social and political dimensions of the acceptance of international criminal justice, Nuremberg, 2016, http://www.nurembergacademy.org/fileadmin/media/pdf/acceptance/Ukraine.pdf

Valentyna Polunina, “From Tokyo to Khabarovsk – Soviet War Crimes Trials in Asia as Cold War Battlefields”, in Kerstin von Lingen (ed), War Crimes Trials in the Wake of Decolonization and Cold War in Asia, 1945-1956: Justice in Time of Turmoil (Palgrave, 2016), p. 239-260.

Valentyna Polunina, “Soviet War Crimes Policy in the Far East: The Bacteriological Warfare Trial at Khabarovsk, 1949”, in Morten Bergsmo et.al (eds.), Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 1, Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, Brussels, 2014, pp. 539-562. http://www.fichl.org/fileadmin/fichl/FICHL_PS_21_web.pdf

Valentyna Polunina, “The Human Face of Soviet justice? Aron Trainin and the Origins of the Soviet Doctrine of International Criminal Law”, in David Crowe (ed.), forthcoming.

Valentyna Polunina, “The Khabarovsk Trial: The Soviet Riposte to the Tokyo Tribunal”, in Sellars (ed.), Trials for International Crimes in Asia, Cambridge UP, 2015, pp. 121-144.

Valentyna Polunina, “The Soviets at Tokyo: International Justice at the Dawn of the Cold War”, in Kerstin von Lingen (ed.), Transcultural Justice. The Tokyo IMT Trial and the Allied Struggle for Justice, 1946-1948, forthcoming 2017.

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