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)

2) Patryk I. Labuda, ‘The Complementarity Turn in International Criminal Justice. Assessing the Impact of International Criminal Tribunals on the Fight against Impunity’, Ph.D. Dissertation, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva (2018)


Journals:

1) Redundant, Desirable or Essential? Host State Consent and the Use of Force in United Nations Peacekeeping, in: 7 (3) 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


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