From expressivism to communication in transitional justice: a study of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia
From the mid-1990s transitional justice was typically theorised through the lens of the expressivism of the international criminal trial. In other words, the international trial became the primary vehicle for signalling an end to impunity for international crimes through the enforcement of international norms, and modelling of legitimate legal process for societies transitioning to democratic governance. Developments in the form and procedure of courts making up the international criminal...[Show more]
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