Peace and Justice Seeking Accountability after War

ISBN-10: 0745634230

ISBN-13: 9780745634234

Edition: 2007

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List price: $26.95
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Polity Press
Publication date: 10/29/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 5.75" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Preface and acknowledgements ivontentsist of abbreviations
Peace and Justice
Transitional/Post-Conflict Justice
Historical record
Reconciliation, and healing
Redress for victims
Removal of perpetrators
Capacity-building and the rule of law
Risks and dangers
Context, context and context
Cultural norms and values
Nature of the conflict and extent and types of abuses
Needs of victims, survivors and perpetrators
Peace agreement
Finance and infrastructure
Political will
International involvement
The bookThe Nuremberg Legacy
Nuremberg and Tokyo
International Humanitarian Law post-1945
International Criminal Law
Human Rights Law
ConclusionAd hoc International Criminal Tribunals: The ICTY and ICTR
International judicial intervention
Establishing a court and launching investigations
Jurisdiction and Procedure
State cooperation and judicial assistance
Justice, Peace and Reconciliation
Delivering justice
Contribution to international criminal law
Restoring and maintaining peace
Historical record
Removing perpetrators
Political leverage
Engaging the local population
The Yugoslav Warox
RwandaThe International Criminal Court
Establishing the Court: the Rome Statute
Jurisdiction and admissibility
Applicable law
The'essential paradox' of complementarity
The role of the Prosecutor
The relationship with the Security Council
The United States and the International Criminal Court
International criminal justice and international peace and security: a'perfect symbiosis'?
Engaging the local population and meeting victims' needs
Peace and justice?
Situations and Casesgandaemocratic Republic of Congo (DRC)udanox
Universal jurisdiction'Internationalized' Courts
A New Breed of Tribunal?
Jurisdiction and procedure
Financial and logistical challenges
State Cooperation and Judicial Assistance
Relationship to domestic courts
Communication and outreach
Justice, peace and reconciliation
Providing justice
Peace and reconciliation
Capacity-building and the rule of law
The Special Court for Sierra Leoneox
Regulation 64 Panels in Kosovoox
Special Crime Panels in Timor-Leste Error! Bookmark not defined.ox 5.4:'Extraordinary Chambers' in CambodiaDomestic Trials
Rights and Obligations in International Law
Judicial Reform: A Primary Hurdle for Domestic Trials
Political and Practical Obstacles to Domestic Trials
Political Realities and Destabilisation
Financial Obstacles
Victor's Justice or Vengeance
Evidence and Witness Protection
Benefits of Domestic Trials
Domestic Trials- Rwandaox
Domestic Trials- The Indonesian Ad Hoc Human Rights Courtox
The Supreme Iraqi Criminal TribunalTruth Commissions
Definitional Clarity
Design and Resources.3'Truth' and'reconciliation' in Truth Commissions
Restorative Justice- Healing and Retraumatisation
Additional Benefits and Limitations of Truth Commissions Error! Bookmark not defined
Acknowledgement and Local Ownership Error! Bookmark not defined
Due Process and Naming Names
Political Obstacles
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the DRCox
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africaox
The Commission on the Truth for El Salvador
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