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My neighbor, my enemy : justice and community in the aftermath of mass atrocity

Author: Eric Stover; Harvey M Weinstein
Publisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2004.
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"My Neighbour, My Enemy tackles a crucial and highly topical issue - how do countries rebuild after ethnic cleansing and genocide? And what role do trials and tribunals play in social reconstruction and reconciliation? By talking with people in Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia and carrying out extensive surveys, the authors explore what people think about their past and the future. Their conclusions controversially  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Eric Stover; Harvey M Weinstein
ISBN: 0521834953 9780521834957 0521542642 9780521542647
OCLC Number: 54753330
Description: xix, 349 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction: conflict, justice and reclamation / Harvey M. Weinstein, Eric Stover --
PART I. INSTITUTIONAL APPROACHES TO JUSTICE --
A world unto itself? The application of international justice in the former Yugoslavia / Laurel E. Fletcher, Harvey M. Weinstein --
Legal responses to genocide in Rwanda / Alison Des Forges, Timothy Longman --
Localizing justice: gacaca courts in post-genocide Rwanda / Urusaro Alice Karekezi ... [et al.] --
Exhumation of mass graves: balancing legal and humanitarian needs / Eric Stover, Rachel Shigekane --
Witnesses and the promise of justice in The Hague / Eric Stover --
Reparations in the aftermath of repression and mass violence / Naomi Roht-Arriaza --
PART II. SOCIAL RECONSTRUCTION AND JUSTICE --
Neighbors again? Intercommunity relations after ethnic cleansing / Dinka Corkalo ... [et al.] --
Memory, identity, and community in Rwanda / Timothy Longman, Théonèste Rutagengwa --
Attitudes toward justice and social reconstruction in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia / Mikos Biro ... [et al.] --
Connecting justice to human experience: attitudes toward accountability and reconciliation in Rwanda / Timothy Longman ... [et al.] --
Public education and social reconstruction in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia ; Confronting the past in Rwandan schools / Sarah Warshauer Freedman ... [et al.] --
PART III. SURVIVORS AND JUSTICE --
Art out of the rubble / Pamela Blotner --
Trust and betrayal in war / Dean Ajdukovic, Dinka Corkalo --
Empathy and rehumanization after mass violence / Jodi Halpern, harvey M. Weinstein --
Conclusion: a common objective, a universe of alternatives / Eric Stover, Harvey M. Weinstein.
Responsibility: edited by Eric Stover and Harvey M. Weinstein.
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"My Neighbour, My Enemy tackles a crucial and highly topical issue - how do countries rebuild after ethnic cleansing and genocide? And what role do trials and tribunals play in social reconstruction and reconciliation? By talking with people in Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia and carrying out extensive surveys, the authors explore what people think about their past and the future. Their conclusions controversially suggest that international or local trials have little relevance to reconciliation in post-war countries."--Jacket.

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