United States Law And Policy On Transitional Justice

Author: Zachary D. Kaufman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190655488
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By first presenting an overview of possible responses to atrocities (such as war crimes tribunals) and then analyzing six historical case studies, Kaufman evaluates why and how the United States has pursued particular transitional justice ...

Atinal Lar N Devleti

Author: dostovoski dostovoski
Publisher: Le Adri via PublishDrive
ISBN: 9635278209
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Atinalıların Devleti, Aristoteles'in genel okur kitlesine hitaben yazılmış, devlet rejimlerini konu alan kapsamlı eseri Politeia'nın ilk ve en ayrıntılı kısmıdır.

Transitional Justice

Author: Ruti G. Teitel
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 019988224X
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its former president.98 In all these cases, victims or their families initiated suits
against their perpetrators in the United States. The jurisdictional principle
followed is that in cases of political persecution, civil liability is transitory and
follows the perpetrator. The Alien TortAct precedents, guided by the piracy
analogy, relied on the fiction of an individual outlaw and a seemingly traditional
idea of corrective justice whereby civil liability follows the lone wrongdoer.
Perhaps the extreme case is ...

Transitional Justice And Rule Of Law Reconstruction

Author: Padraig McAuliffe
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135037760
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This book will be of interest to scholars in the fields of transitional justice, rule of law, legal pluralism and peace-building concerned by the failure of transitional justice to leave a positive legacy to the justice system of the states ...

Exploring Transitional Justice Options In Contemporary Zimbabwe

Author: Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO Forum
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Policies of amnesia and avoidance, which have characterised so much of the
past, are under attack and, in the words of the United Nations High
Commissioner for Human Rights, "the preference for doing nothing is no longer
an option."1 There is now a framework of international criminal law and
institutions that operate at both international and domestic levels. This has
culminated with the creation of the International Criminal Court whose statute has
now been ratified by 97 States.

Between Principle And Pragmatism In Transitional Justice

Author: Kisiangani Emmanuel
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Peace building is not designed to eliminate conflict but merely to develop
effective mechanisms by which a state can manage the inevitable rival claims,
grievances and competition over socio-economic and political resources. Luc
Reychler (2001:3-5) observes that achieving ... Ultimately, one needs to realise
that any transitional justice measure will be incomplete and inescapably
inadequate to promote sustainable peace. Moving beyond past atrocities and
rebuilding affected ...

The Nation

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a document bearing Pinochet's signature with orders to cover up the torture of a
political opponent. According to Roberto Garretón, a leading Chilean human
rights lawyer, “October 16 [Pinochet's London arrest] was fundamental, so that we
could at last complete our transition to democracy.” The Pinochet case has
inspired victims of abuse in country after country, particularly in Latin America, to
challenge the transitional arrangements of five and ten years ago, which allowed
the ...

Global Criminology And Criminal Justice

Author: Russell Charles Smandych
Publisher: University of Toronto PressHigher education
ISBN: 9781551116822
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Overall, Elster s analysis shows that pragmatic, consequential ist, and utilitarian
approaches to transitional justice need not be as narrowly focused on political
power and bargaining as Huntington's seminal argument. Impartial normative
persuasion, moral judgments, ... Wedgwood (1998: 24), for example, argues that
the United States should take the ICC seriously, not for legalistic reasons but to
enhance the "power and prestige" of the United States. In a study of war crime
trials, truth ...

Sociological Abstracts

Author: Leo P. Chall
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Social and Economic Inequality and Asian Americans in the United States;
SA13125 The Truly Disadvantaged and the Structural Covariates of Fire Death
Rates; SA14482 Disaster Relief Report on the Workshop on Practical Protection
in ... SA14720 The Pragmatics of Peremptory Assertion: An Ideological Analysis
of the Use ofthe Word 'Just' in Local Politicians' Denials of Politics; SA13956
Preserving Domesticity: Reading Tupperware in Women's Changing Domestic,
Social and ...