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Key to My Neighbor's House Seeking Justice in Bosnia and Rwanda

ISBN-10: 0312302827
ISBN-13: 9780312302825
Edition: Revised 
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Description: Examining competing notions of justice in Bosnia and Rwanda, award-winning Boston Globe correspondent Elizabeth Neuffer convinces readers that crimes against humanity cannot be resolved by talk of forgiveness, or through the more common recourse to  More...

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Book details

List price: $27.00
Publisher: Picador
Publication date: 11/9/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 528
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.276
Language: English

Examining competing notions of justice in Bosnia and Rwanda, award-winning Boston Globe correspondent Elizabeth Neuffer convinces readers that crimes against humanity cannot be resolved by talk of forgiveness, or through the more common recourse to forgetfulness As genocidal warfare engulfed the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, the international community acted too late to prevent unconscionable violations of human rights in both countries. As these states now attempt to reconstruct their national identities, the surviving victims of genocide struggle to come to terms with a world unhinged. Interviewing victims and aggressors, war orphans and war criminals, Serbian militiamen and NATO commanders, Neuffer explores the extent to which genocide erodes a nation’s social and political environment, just as it destroys the individual lives of the aggressor’s perceived enemies. She argues persuasively that only by achieving justice for these people can domestic and international organizations hope to achieve lasting peace in regions destroyed by fratricidal warfare.

Elizabeth Neuffer won the Courage in Journalism award and was an Edward R. Murrow Fellow of the Council on Foreign Relations. She is currently a reporter for The Boston Globe and lives in New York City.

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