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The intersection of dispute systems design and transitional justice.

Kupfer Schneider, Andrea
June 4, 2015

Source: (2009) Harvard Negotiation Law Review. 14: 289-315.

Dispute Systems Design (DSD), tbe process of creating structures
to deal witb repeated or systemic disputes, can be applied to
botb tbe most mundane and tbe most borrific of conflicts. Wben dealing
witb tbese most borrific disputes, DSD bas tbe opportunity to be
informed by researcb in international law, international relations,
buman rigbts law and transitional justice. Tbis particular essay examines
some of tbe cballenges faced by tbe discipline in response to
buman rigbts violations around tbe world. (Excerpt).


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