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Peace with Justice? War Crimes and Accountability in the Former Yugoslavia

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ISBN-10: 0742518566

ISBN-13: 9780742518568

Edition: 2002

Authors: Paul R. Williams, Michael P. Scharf

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Description:

In this work, two former State Department lawyers provide an account of how and why justice was misapplied and mishandled throughout the peace-builders' efforts to settle the Yugoslav conflict. The text is based on their personal experience, research and interviews with key players in the process.
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Book details

List price: $39.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/27/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Abbreviations
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Structuring an Inquiry into the Role of Justice During the Peace-Building Process
The Cognitive Contextual Process: Melding International Relations and International Legal Theory
Justice and Anti-Justice: The Functions of Accountability in the Peace-building Process
Peace versus Justice: The Relationship between Accountability and Other Relevant Peace-Building Approaches
Precursors to Justice: Self-Identity, Political Will, and Moral Obligation in the Peace-Building Process
The Road to War: War Crimes and the Crime of War in Yugoslavia
The International Response: Self-Interest Wrongly Understood
Creating and Employing Justice-Based Institutions During the Initial Phase of the Peace-Building Process
Establishing the Yugoslav War Crimes Commission and Yugoslav Tribunal: A Judicial Placebo
The Operation of the Yugoslav Tribunal: A Record of Self-Imposed Limits
The International Court of Justice: A Misled Opportunity
The Role of Justice in the Negotiation Phase of Peace Building
The Dayton Negotiations: Getting to Yes with War Criminals
Seeking Peace in Kosovo: The Relegation of Justice
The Rambouillet/Paris Negotiations: From Coercive Appeasement to Humanitarian Intervention
The Role of Justice in the Implementation Phase of Peace Building
Apprehending War Criminals: Mission Creep or Mission Impossible?
Linking Justice and Economic Inducements: A Road to Peace
The Cohabitation of Justice and Peace: Concluding Observations
Notes
Index
About the Authors