His incisive account is grounded in a comprehensive and detailed knowledge of the Tribunal's inner workings.
Neither cynical nor triumphalist, Moghalu's book makes a serious and durable contribution. In in Darfur, the world seemed to be dishonoring, yet again, the pledge of 'never again'. But in the meantime the United Nations had set up an international tribunal to hold perpetrators of the Rwanda genocide criminally accountable. Kingsley Moghalu's book is an insider account of the workings and significance of the tribunal.
In examining the strategic and political factors, both domestic and global, behind the quest for international justice in Rwanda, Moghalu argues that the very concept of justice is on trial. He makes a persuasive case that the tribunal has made a major contribution to the development of international humanitarian law.
Moghalu offers a compelling argument why more attention must be paid to international intervention more generally, if global responsibility is to act preemptively to prevent future genocides. Toon meer Toon minder. Verschijningsdatum november Aantal pagina's pagina's Illustraties Nee.
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