This article analyses China's approach to prosecuting Japanese war crimes after the Second World War and highlights the value of this model and the practical lessons-learned it offers for prosecuting future war crimes. In particular it surveys how China's three system approach (participation in the International Military Tribunal for the Far East, United States-led trials and domestic trials) could have been used to alleviate or eliminate the key shortcomings of the Special Court for Sierra Leone.
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