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Establishing a normative framework for evaluating diverse cases of transitional justice.

Hansen, Thomas Obel
June 4, 2015

Source: (2013) International Studies Journal. 9(4):173-224.

…I dwell on these four mechanisms of transitional
justice. Section 2 examines transitional criminal trials; section 3
examines vetting processes; section 4 examines reparations; and in
section 5 truth commissions are examined. Section 6 concludes these
deliberations on the mechanisms of transitional justice by briefly
discussing amnesties and the ‘doing nothing’ option. (excerpt)


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