Transitional Justice: A truth commission for Zimbabwe
An eventual sustained democratic transition process in Zimbabwe may include a 'truth and reconciliation' commission. The need for - and possible form of - any such institution is situated in a number of discussions: the balance of principle and pragmatism that peace deals sometimes require; comparative experiences in other societies and the promise and limits of institutional modelling; the dynamic between global expectations or prescriptions and ground-level exigencies; the interface of...[Show more]
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