On the enforcement of international sentences and life after trial:
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On the goals of international punishment and international sentencing:
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Sloane RD (2007) The Expressive Capacity of International Punishment: The Limits of the National Law Analogy and the Potential of International Criminal Law. Stanford Journal of International Law 43:39-94.