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Restorative Justice in International Relations: A Gandhian Approach in the Post-Colonial Era

Hiranandani, Vanmala
June 4, 2015

Source: (2008) In Katherine Van Wormer, Restorative Justice Across the East and the West. Manchester, UK: Casa Verde Publishing. Pp. 163-204.

“Following a discussion of the fundamental principles and practices of restorative justice, this chapter will survey the evolving paradigms in international justice and consider the strengths and limitations of restorative justice in global affairs. This will be followed by a discussion on the relevance of Gandhi’s teachings to advance the concept of restorative justice particularly in the context of inter-state relations.” (Abstract)


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