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The costs of justice : how new leaders respond to previous rights abuses

Author: Brian K Grodsky
Publisher: Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Press, ©2010.
Series: Contemporary European politics and society.
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""An insightful, profound, and conceptually innovative analysis of the daunting challenges encountered by the new democracies in their endeavors to confront the traumatic past. Grodsky's comparative approach allows him to highlight similarities and differences between states, institutions, and elites engaged in pursuing political and moral justice. A most valuable contribution to the major ongoing debate on the  Read more...
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Grodsky, Brian K., 1974-
Costs of justice.
Notre Dame, Ind. : University of Notre Dame Press, ©2010
(DLC) 2010024331
(OCoLC)640515438
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Brian K Grodsky
ISBN: 9780268080648 026808064X
OCLC Number: 761182428
Description: 1 online resource (x, 355 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: What is transitional justice and why should we care? --
Explaining justice : what are the key determinants of transitional justice policy? --
The justice spectrum : a new methodological approach to studying transitional justice --
The peculiarities of postcommunist justice : addressing lustration --
The method of study : using qualitative data to uncover the path of justice --
Poland : justice, economics, and the end of Solidarity --
Serbia and Montenegro : justice as Yugoslavia's most valuable foreign export? --
Croatia : when the cost of justice is too high --
Uzbekistan : exploiting justice today, facing justice tomorrow? --
Transitional justice in a cross-national perspective --
Reassessing how we think about justice.
Series Title: Contemporary European politics and society.
Responsibility: Brian K. Grodsky.

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Provides qualitative analyses of how transitional justice processes have evolved in diverse ways in post-communist Poland, Croatia, Serbia, and Uzbekistan, by examining the decision-making processes  Read more...

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