Research Publications for Anna M (Anna Marie) Brennan
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Brennan, A. (2019). Exploring the accountability of leaders of armed opposition groups under International Law. The Hague Yearbook of International Law, 23 (2010), 223-268.
Brennan, A. M. (2018). Prospects for prosecuting non-state armed groups under International Criminal Law: Prospects from Complexity Theory. In J. Murray, T. E. Webb, & S. Wheatley (Eds.), Complexity Theory and Law Mapping an Emergent Jurisprudence (pp. 129-148). Routledge.
Brennan, A. M. (2018). Prosecuting members of transnational terrorist groups under Article 25 of the Rome Statute: A Network Theory Approach to accountability. In Non-State Actors and International Obligations Creation, Evolution and Enforcement (pp. 431-458). Leiden: BRILL. Retrieved from https://brill.com/previewpdf/book/edcoll/9789004340251/BP000026.xml
Brennan, A. M. (2018). Transnational Terrorist Groups and International Criminal Law. Routledge.
Brennan, A. (2016). Historical reflections on the criminalisation of terrorism under International Law from the League of Nations to R. v. Mohammed Gul: How Britain has swollen the tide of obscurity. In R. McCourquodale, & J. Gauci (Eds.), British Influences on International Law, 1915-2015 (pp. 417-435). The Hague: Brill/Nijhoff.
Brennan, A. M. (2014). Holding Members of Transnational Terrorist Groups Accountable under Article 25 of the Rome Statute: Effectiveness, Legitimacy and Impact. Spanish Yearbook of International Law, 18, 114-140. doi:10.17103/sybil.18.06
Brennan, A. (2012). The Garda Diversion Programme and the juvenile offender: The dilemma of due process rights. Irish Criminal Law Journal, 22(2).
Brennan, A. (2011). The Special and Differential Treatment Mechanism and the WTO: Cultivating trade inequality for developing countries. Trinity College Law Review, XIV, 143-160.