Great expectations : managing realities of transitional justice
This thesis examines the management of expectations for transitional justice. The transitional justice trials for the former Yugoslavia (Tribunal) and Cambodia (Chambers) reveal an expectation dilemma. In interviews with transitional justice practitioners and advocates, expectations were declared to be "unrealistic" and subsequently had to be "managed". Expectations were considered diverse, ranging from the desire that one's suffering would be declared genocide, to a desire to contribute the...[Show more]
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