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Gideon Boas and Pascale Chifflet

International criminal justice describes the response of the international community to mass atrocity. How we respond to war, to the rupture of society and to systematized murder and persecution is at the heart of the issue. Which forms of transitional justice we respond with, and how our goals are best achieved, are important questions. But international criminal justice is about more than responses. How do we learn from history or, sometimes, fail to do so? Can we use our understanding of human psychology to better respond to mass atrocity, or better, to prevent it or react to address it sooner? What of the sociological elements that are infused in our response to heinous international crimes; how do these affect our understanding and practice of international criminal justice? Key words: international; criminal; justice; community; atrocity

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Brian H. Bix

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Bart Wauters and Marco de Benito

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Marshall S. Shapo

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Leonie Reins

This chapter provides an overall introduction to the volume. More precisely it describes the research agenda for the chapters to come, the overall challenges to a coherent regulation of shale gas, the associated environmental impacts, as well as the overarching research questions and overall structure. Key words: research agenda; environmental impacts; shale gas; coherent regulation

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Pier Giuseppe Monateri

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Andrej Savin

This chapter is an introduction to Internet regulation in the EU. It explains how Internet architecture influences its regulation and how regulation, in turn, can have an impact on the architecture. Policy, governance, competence to regulate and various regulatory circles (e-commerce, telecoms, audio-video media services) are covered. Internet law, Cyberlaw, Internet governance, Internet policy, telecommunications law