After genocide: bringing the devil to justice
An international lawyer reviews the serious shortcomings of the international justice system in several hotspots and illustrates the viability of a counterintuitive solution to genocide and other mass crimes: to entrust the challenging, potentially destabilizing work of war crimes justice to the very states affected by the crimes.
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International Judicial Institutions: The Architecture of International ...
Richard Goldstone,Adam M. Smith
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