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In pursuit of accountability during and after war

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2019-01-01
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Taylor & Francis
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This article aims to identify and elaborate the causes and ramifications of applying transitional justice, in particular accountability measures, to situations of war. It focuses on the correlations between peace and justice - and hence an important perspective on the question 'how do wars end'. The article seeks to understand some of the main challenges associated with pursuing accountability for crimes committed in contemporary forms of conflict, including civil wars and abuses committed by major powers in armed conflict.
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Transitional Justice, Armed Conflict, War Crimes, Impact Of Transitional Justice, Transitional Justice History
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Hansen, Thomas Obel (2019) In pursuit of accountability during and after war, Journal of Strategic Studies, 42:7, pp. 946-970