Heirs to a Broken Kingdom: Should Afghanistan Attempt Social Reconstruction through Transitional Justice?

Royesh, Abuzar
2016

Transitional justice is a term that subsumes mechanisms through which societies deal with their violent pasts, the most prominent of which are amnesties, truth commissions, trials, lustration policy, and reparations. This thesis seeks to answer two important questions. First, have transitional justice mechanisms proven successful in promoting peace and stability in countries emerging from civil wa... read more

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Undergraduate honors theses
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Transitional justice--Afghanistan.
War victims--Legal status, laws, etc.--Afghanistan.
Afghanistan--Politics and government--2001-
Afghanistan--Social conditions--21st century.
Tufts University. International Relations Program.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009570
ID: tufts:sd.0000395
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