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International Justice Tribune No. 152- 23 May 2012

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Sierra Leone
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Mladic: just another “false start” ICC second case ends in the shadows of Lubanga’s trial In or out - still no sense of justice ICTY: Gotovina’s attack on Knin was “legal” (defence) The smaller the...

International Justice Tribune No. 151 - May 9 2012

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Sierra Leone
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IJT
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Beyond Taylor, “Where is our justice?” by Janet Anderson, The Hague Sierra Leone and Liberia experimented with very different paths to justice – restorative with truth commissions and retributive...

International Justice Tribune No. 148 - March 28, 2012

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Uganda
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IJT
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The only LRA trial in deadlock by Mark Schenkel, Kampala Compared to the vociferous campaign against Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) leader Joseph Kony, the silence surrounding the only LRA trial to...

International Justice Tribune No. 144 - February 1, 2012

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Kenya
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IJT
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Shaping Kenya’s political landscape ICC judges found last week there are grounds to believe prosecutors’ claims that a bloodthirsty ritual saw the leaders of Kenya’s Kalenjin tribe create a criminal...

International Justice Tribune No. 143 - January 18, 2012

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Rwanda
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IJT
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Losing civil parties in Cambodia Soum Rithy spent two years of his youth being beaten and tortured in a Khmer Rouge jail between 1977 and 1979, after Pol Pot’s cadres mistook him for a soldier in...

Resolving conflict the traditional way

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Côte d'Ivoire
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IJT
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Traditional methods of conflict prevention and management are increasingly regarded as a viable alternative in the truth and reconciliation process, aimed at avoiding the resurgence of violence in...

ICTR record breaking case comes to a close

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Rwanda
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IJT
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“We cannot follow the proceedings at the Rwanda tribunal in Butare.” Lambert has no money to travel to Tanzania to witness the trial against alleged genocide suspects from 1994. The Rwandan would...

Ivory Coast: in denial

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Côte d'Ivoire
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IJT
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In Ivory Coast, the gap between rhetoric and reality is growing dangerously large. On paper, all seems to be heading in the right direction. There is a Dialogue, Truth and Reconciliation Commission...

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