transitional justice, international law, human rights
This review article considers recent developments in transitional justice through an examination of two recent works on transitional justice, one dealing with "reparative" justice and the other seeking to offer an historical perspective on transitional justice generally. Through a consideration of the virtues and vices of each volume, the article also discusses some lessons learned and continuing challenges from a field of study and practice that is, at about a quarter-century, relatively young but maturing.
23 Berkeley Journal of International Law 506 (2005).
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Sriram, Chandra Lekha, "Book Review: Transitional Justice Comes of Age: Enduring Lessons and Challenges" (2005). Faculty Scholarship. 15.