Publications

Most of my publications are available at Academia.edu.


Monographs:

1) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘International Criminal Tribunals and Domestic Accountability. In the Court's Shadow’, Oxford University Press (under contract, forthcoming 2020)


Journals:

1) Redundant, Desirable or Essential? Host State Consent and the Use of Force in United Nations Peacekeeping, in: 7 (2) Journal on the Use of Force and International Law (2020), ____ (forthcoming)

2) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘Review Essay: The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and Post-Genocide Justice in Rwanda 25 Years On’, in: 31 (3) European Journal of International Law (2020), ___ (forthcoming)

3) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘The Flipside of Complementarity: Double Jeopardy at the International Criminal Court,’ in: 17 (2) Journal of International Criminal Justice (2019), 369-390 (peer reviewed)

4) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘The Special Criminal Court in the Central African Republic: Failure or Vindication of Complementarity?,’ in: 15 (1) Journal of International Criminal Justice (2017), 175-206 (peer-reviewed)

5) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘The International Criminal Court and Perceptions of Sovereignty, Colonialism and Pan-Africanism,’ in: 20 African Yearbook of International Law (2013-2014), 289-320

6) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘Racial Reconciliation in Mississippi. An Evaluation of the Proposal to Establish a Mississippi Truth and Reconciliation Commission,’ in: 27 Harvard Journal on Racial and Ethnic Justice (2011), 1-48


Policy Papers:

1) Patryk I. Labuda, With or Against the State? Reconciling the Protection of Civilians and Host State Support in UN Peacekeeping, International Peace Institute, May 2020

Book Chapters:

1) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘Institutional Design and Non-Complementarity: Regulating Relations between Hybrid Tribunals and Other Judicial Institutions’, in: Kirsten Ainley and Mark Kersten (eds), Hybrid Justice: Innovation and Impact in the Prosecution of Atrocity Crimes, Oxford University Press (2020) ___ (forthcoming)

2) Paola Gaeta and Patryk I. Labuda, ‘Bilan des quinze premières années de la Cour pénale internationale’, in: Julian Fernandez and Xavier Pacreau (eds), Commentaire du Statut de Rome, Commentaire article par article, Pedone (2019), 267-289

3) Paola Gaeta and Patryk I. Labuda, ‘Trying Sitting Heads of State: the African Union versus the ICC in the Al-Bashir and Kenyatta Cases,’ in: Ilias Bantekas and Charles Jalloh (eds), The International Criminal Court and Africa, Oxford University Press (2018), 138-162

4) Patryk I. Labuda, Complementarity and Cooperation in Congo,’ in: Ron Slye (ed), The Nuremberg Principles in Non-western Societies. A Reflection on their Universality, Legitimacy and Application, International Nuremberg Principles Academy (2017), 166-195

5) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘The International Criminal Court in the Democratic Republic of Congo: A Decade of Partnership and Antagonism,’ in: Kamari Clarke, Abel S. Knottnerus and Eefje de Volder (eds), Africa and the ICC: Perceptions of Justice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2016), 277-300

6) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘Peacekeeping and Peace Enforcement,’ in: Rüdiger Wolfrum (ed) Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press (2014, updated 2016) reprinted in: The Law of Armed Conflict and the Use of Force. The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Oxford University Press (2017), 962-978 (peer-reviewed)

7) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘Lieber Code,’ in: Rüdiger Wolfrum (ed) Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press (2014, updated 2015); reprinted in: The Law of Armed Conflict and the Use of Force. The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Oxford University Press (2017), 663-668 (peer-reviewed)

8) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘Retaliation, the Lieber Code and the Origins of International Criminal Law,’ in: Morten Bergsmo, Cheah Win Lui and Yi Ping (eds), The Historical Origins of International Criminal Law, vol. 3, Torkel Opsahl Academic Epublisher (2015), 299-341

9) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘Applying and ‘Misapplying’ the Rome Statute in the Democratic Republic of Congo,’ in: Christian de Vos, Sara Kendall, Carsten Stahn (eds), Contested Justice: The Politics and Practice of International Criminal Court Interventions, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (2015), 408-431


Book Reviews:

1) Lionel Nichols, ‘The International Criminal Court and the End of Impunity in Kenya’ & Sosteness Materu, ‘The Post-Election Violence in Kenya: Domestic & International Responses’, in: 14 (3) Journal of International Criminal Justice (2016), p. 739-742

2) Sarah M.H. Nouwen, ‘Complementarity in the Line of Fire. The Catalysing Effect of the International Criminal Court in Uganda and Sudan,’ in: 13 (2) Journal of International Criminal Justice (2015), pp. 416-418

3) Sarah Williams, ‘Hybrid and Internationalised Criminal Tribunals. Selected Jurisdictional Issues,’ Hart Publishing, in: 74 (2) Zeitschrift für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht (2014), p. 409-412