Other Books Michael P. Scharf
co-author of Enemy of the State: The Trial and Execution of Saddam Hussein
Other Books by Michael Scharf
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THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW
(Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2008) (with Leila Nadya Sadat).
SADDAM ON TRIAL: UNDERSTANDING AND DEBATING THE IRAQI HIGH TRIBUNAL
(Carolina Academic Press, 2006) (with Greg McNeal).
PEACE WITH JUSTICE? WAR CRIMES AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE FORMER
YUGOSLAVIA (Rowman & Littlefield, 2002)(with Paul Williams)
(winner of the International Association of Penal Law's 2003 Book of
the Year Award for Scholarly and Theoretical Contribution to the
SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC ON TRIAL: A COMPANION (Continuum Press, 2002)
(with William Schabas).
THE LAW OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS: PROBLEMS AND MATERIALS
(Carolina Academic Press, 2001; 2nd ed. 2007).
THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR RWANDA (TRANSNATIONAL
PUBLISHERS, 1998) (2 vols) (with Virginia Morris) (Winner of the 1999
American Society of International Law Certificate of Merit for the
Outstanding Book in International Law).
MAKING JUSTICE WORK (The Century Foundation Press, 1998) (with Paul
Williams and Diane Orentlicher).
BALKAN JUSTICE: THE STORY BEHIND THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL WAR CRIMES
TRIAL SINCE NUREMBERG (Carolina Academic Press, 1997)
(nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in Letters).
INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW: CASES AND MATERIALS (Carolina Academic
Press, 1996; 2nd ed. 2000, 3rd ed. 2007) (with Jordan Paust, et.al).
AN INSIDER'S GUIDE TO THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE
FORMER YUGOSLAVIA (Transnational Publishers, 1995) (2 vols)
(with Virginia Morris).
Recent Scholarly Articles and Book Chapters
by Michael Scharf
Tainted Provenance: When, If Ever, Should Torture Evidence be Admissible? 65 WASHINGTON AND LEE LAW REVIEW 129-172 (2008).
Chaos in the Courtroom, Controlling Disruptive Defendants and Contumacious Counsel in War Crimes Trials, 39 CASE WESTERN RESERVE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 155-170 (2007).
Saddam Hussein on Trial: What Went Awry? JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE (Oxford University Press), Volume 5, May 2007, at 258-270.
On Terrorism and Whistleblowing, 38 CASE WESTERN RESERVE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW 567-580 (2007).
Trading Justice for Peace: The Contemporary Law and Policy Debate, in ATROCITIES AND INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY: BEYOND TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE," (Edel Hughes, William Schabas, and Ramesh Thakur, eds) (United Nations University Press, 2007), at 246-274.
Jurisdication with Respect to Crime: Universal Jurisdiction and the Harvard Research, in THE HARVARD RESEARCH IN INTERNATIONAL LAW: CONTEMPORARY ANALYSIS AND APPRAISAL (John Grant and Craig Barker, eds.)(W.S. Hine, 2007), at 275-306.
The Lockerbie Model of Transfer of Proceedings, INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW (M. Cherif Bassiouni, ed) (3d ed., Brill/Marinus Nijhof, 2007).
From the eXile Files: An Essay on Trading Justice for Peace, 63 Washington and Lee Law
Review 339-376 (2006) (awarded the 2007 International Association of Penal Law’s “Article of the Year Award.”)
The Elephant in the Room: Torture and the War on Terror, 37 CASE WESTERN RESERVE
JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, 145-173 (2006).
Self-Representation versus Assignment of Defense Counsel before International Criminal
Tribunals, 4 JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE 31-46 (Oxford
University Press, 2006) (cited as authority by the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Prosecutor v. Krajisnik (May 11, 2007, Opinion of Judge Schomburg).
The Legacy of the Milosevic Trial, in BRINGING POWER TO JUSTICE?
(Joanna Harrington, Michael Milde, and Richard Vernon, eds., McGill Univ. Press,
2006), at 25-46.