Law in peace negotiations
- Morten Bergsmo and Pablo Kalmanovitz, editors.
- 2nd ed.
- Oslo : Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher, 2010.
- Physical description
- 437 p. ; 24 cm.
- FICHL publication series no. 5.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction: law and politics in the Colombian negotiations with paramilitary groups / Pablo Kalmanovitz
- Justice, truth, peace / Jon Elster
- International criminal law retraints in peace talks to end armed conflicts of a non-international character / Claus Kreß and Leena Grover
- "Hybrid" tribunals and the limits of accountability: aims, resources and political will / David Cohen
- Infiltration as insurance: committing to democratization and committing peace / Monika Nalepa
- The peace process with the paramilitaries in Colombia: sustainability, proportionality and the allocation fo guilt / Francisco Gutiérrez
- One national war, multiple local orders: an inquiry into the unit of analysis of war and post-war interventions / Ana Arjona
- Revenge or reconciliation: theory and method of emotions in the context of Colombia's peace process / Roger Petersen and Sara Zukerman Daly
- The positive role of international law in peace negotiations: implementing transitional justice in Afghanistan and Uganda / Marieke Wierda
- International politics and international criminal justice / Florence Hartmann
- Arrest and surrender under the ICC statute: a contextual reading / Carsten Stahn
- Uses and abuses of transitional justice in Colombia / Maria Paula Saffon and Rodrigo Uprimny
- Forgiveness, its pedagogical balance and transition in Colombia / Antanas Mockus.
- Supplemental links
- Online edition.
- Publication date
- FICHL publication series ; no. 5
- "This volume contains papers presented at the seminar "Peace and accountability in transitions from armed conflict" held in Bogotá on 15 and 16 June 2007"--Pref.
- Also available on the world wide web.
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