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Rebuilding societies the place clash has happened is never an easy strategy; yet the place clash has been followed by means of gross and systematic violations of human rights, the method turns into fraught with controversy. This quantity brings jointly eminent students and practitioners with direct event of a few of the main hard modern instances of overseas justice, and illustrates that justice and responsibility stay advanced beliefs.
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411 n. 2). 11. N. : Stanford University Press, p. 5. 12. See R. L. Brooks (1999) When Sorry Isn’t Enough: The Controversy over Apologies and Reparations for Human Injustice, New York: New York University Press; M. Gibney and E. Rokstrom (2001) ‘‘The Status of State Apologies’’, Human Rights Quarterly 23: 911–939; and J. Torpey, ed. : Rowman and Littleﬁeld. 13. T. Adorno as cited in Michael Ignatieff (1996) ‘‘Articles of Faith’’, Index on Censorship 25(5): 110–122 at 112. 14. Minow, Between Vengeance and Forgiveness, pp.
In international tribunals, the bitter complaint from locals, as in the Rwandan case, has been that suspected war criminals were living better lives in their UN-standard prisons than the victims back home – hardly conducive to reconciliation between them. This bitterness will be all the deeper once these people are tried and their guilt proven beyond reasonable doubt, yet sentenced in the relative ‘‘luxury’’ of Western or international prisons. The outstanding conundrum of why and how to punish will continue to plague us, however successful prosecutions might be.
134. 44. A. Krog (1998) Country of My Skull, Johannesburg: Random House, p. 31. 45. Therefore Rhoda Howard-Hassmann was right when she claimed that torture was not ‘‘inhuman’’. See R. Howard (1992) ‘‘Dignity, Community and Human Rights’’, in A. , Human Rights in Cross-Cultural Perspectives: A Quest for Consensus, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp. 81–102 at 89. 46. See Parlevliet, ‘‘Considering Truth’’, p. 172. 47. This division leaves out the usually largest group: that of the (passive) bystanders.
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