The following bibliography was created as recommended reading on the treatment of gender and sexual-based crimes in international humanitarian and international criminal law. Links to the original articles are provided where available.
1.Xabier Agirre Aranburu, Sexual Violence Beyond Reasonable Doubt: Using Pattern Evidence and Analysis for International Cases, 23 LEIDEN J. INT'L L. 609-627 (2010).
2.Carmen M. Argibay, Sexual Slavery and the 'Comfort Women' of World War II, BERKLEY J. INT'L L. 22(2001).
3. Barbara Arneil, Women as wives, servants and slaves: Rethinking the public/private divide, CANADIAN J. POLITICAL SCIENCE 34:1(2001).
4. Kelly Dawn Askin, Gender Crimes Jurisprudence in the ICTR: Positive Developments, 3 J. INT'L CRIM. JUST. 1007 (2005).
5. Kelly D. Askin, Prosecuting Wartime Rape and Other Gender-Related Crimes Under International Law: Extraordinary Advances, Enduring Obstacles, 21 BERKLEY J. INT'L L. 288 (2003).
6. Kelly D. Askin, Crimes Within the Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court, 10 CRIM. L. F. 33, 41 (1999).
7. Kelly D. Askin, The Quest for Post-Conflict Gender Justice, 41 COLUM. J. of TRANSNAT'L L. 509 (2003).
8. Kelly D. Askin, A Decade of the Development of Gender Crimes in International Courts and Tribunals: 1993 to 2003, 11 HUM. RTS. BRIEF 16 (2004).
9. Kelly D. Askin & Dorean M. Koenig, International Criminal Law and the International Criminal Court Statute: Crimes Against Women, 2 WOMEN & INT'L HUM. RTS. L. 3, 9 (Kelly D. Askin & Dorean M. Koenig eds., 2000).
10. Sita Balthazar, Gender Crimes and the International Criminal Tribunals, 10 Gonz. J. INT'l L. 43 (2006).