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Published papers recorded in the Croatian Scientific Bibliography Database (CROSBI)
Codification of the crime of genocide - a blessing or a curse?
Liber Amicorum Petar Novoselec. Criminal Law: The Synergy of Theory and Practice. Collected Papers in Honor of Professor Petar Novoselec
Hate crimes in the Republic of Croatia: Some theoretical and practical controversies
Establishing ICC Jurisdiction Over Crimes Committed by ISIL – Did Humanity Fail the Countries of Syria and Iraq?
Recommendations for Improving the Croatian Legal Framework and Measures for Suppression and Prevention of Trafficking in Human Beings
The reality behind the Istanbul convention : Shattering conservative delusions
Domestic Trials for International Crimes – A Critical Analysis of Croatian War Crimes Sentencing Jurisprudence
THE TRUST IS NOT BLIND – REVIEWING THE IDEA OF MUTUAL TRUST IN THE EU IN THE CONTEXT OF CONFLICTS OF JURISDICTION
Criminal Law: Special Part
Croatian Report on Individual Liability for Business Involvement in International Crime
The Principle of Universality in Croatian Criminal Law, with a Special Focus on the Relationship between the Act on the Implementation of the Statute of the International Criminal Court and the Criminal Code
Individual Liability for Business Involvement in International Crimes National Report – Croatia (For section I of the XX AIDP Congress (“Corporate Business and Criminal Justice”) on “Individual Liability for Business Involvement in International Crimes (Argentina, March 2017)
Rights of the child - a multidisciplinary approach
Criminal law and children
Where does the right to freedom of expression end and hate speech begin? An analysis of Croatian legislation and jurisprudence in the light of European legal standards
Impunity for Human Trafficking Victims in Croatia – Legal Standard as a Fiction or Reality
Crime of Aggression and National Law: Croatia
Crimes against humanity as an expression of state policy
Establishing ICC jurisdiction over ISIS - theoretical and practical challenges
International Encyclopaedia for Criminal Law: Croatia
Codifying rights of victims of war related sexual violence
Ethnic Cleansing as Genocide - Assessing the Croatian Genocide Case before the ICJ
Distinguishing Between Principals and Accessories at the ICC - Another Assessment of Control Theory
Victims of wartime related sexual violence and the right to remedy and reparation (from EU and Croatian perspective)
Legal base for sanctioning hate speech - in the nineties and today
Securing Justice and Reparations of Wartime Sexual Violence
The Principle of Complementarity in the Jurisprudence of the ICC
Securing Justice and Reparations to Victims of Wartime Sexual Violence in Croatia
Recent changes in the development of the statute of limitations in Croatia - in the wake of political instrumentalization or means for achieving justice?
Commentary of the Criminal Code
Recent Developments of International Crimes and Command Responsibility in Croatian Criminal Law
The New Criminal Code in Light of Croatian Accession to the EU: Incriminating Hate Speech and Some Other Forms of Racism and Xenophobia
Special Part of Criminal Law
Croatia – National Report
International Crimes According to the New Criminal Code
Second Young Penalist Syposium on Transitional Justice, 29 September - 1 October 2011, La Rochelle, France
Ethnic Cleansing as a Form of Genocide? Croatian Legislation and Case Law from International Perspective
Types of Culpability and the Permanent International Criminal Court
Genocide in Criminal Law Perspective
The 2009 AIDP's Resolution on Universal Jurisdiction - An Epitaph or a Revival Call?!
International Legal Framework and Domestic Responses to Terrorism
Summer School: The European Area of Criminal Justice, Bruxelles, 29 June - 3 July 2009
The 18th International Congress of Penal Law (AIDP , Istanbul, 20-27 September 2009): "The Principal Challenges Posed by the Globalization to Criminal Justice" : review and discusion
Universal Jurisdiction: Report for Croatia
Croatia: Efficiency and Procedural Rights in the Social Context
A lack of universally accepted definition of terrorism – an obstacle to the exercise of universal jurisdiction
The Principle of Universal Jurisdiction as a Criterion of Application of Criminal Law in Space
A Review of Scientific Seminar "The New Horizons of Contemporary Terrorism and Antiterrorism - Croatian Perspective": Academy of Croatian Legal Sciences and Zagreb Faculty of Law, May 9 2006.
XIX. Annual Conference of the Croatian Association for Criminal Sciences and Practice: Legal and Practical Issues Concerning More Rigorous Criminal Law in the Republic of Croatia. Opatija, December 6-9 2006.
Review of the Seminar "Doctrinal Basis and Characteristics of International Criminal Law, Siracuse, 11-21 June 2006
International conference on European criminal law
The Principle of Legality in International Criminal Law
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