After Oppression

Transitional Justice in Latin America and Eastern Europe

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The decline of authoritarianism in Latin America and Eastern Europe marked the end of a dark chapter in the history of these societies. In both regions, transition to democracy was accompanied by distinct efforts to come to terms with the traumatic experiences of the past and to demand accountability from the oppressors. The impact of these efforts rippled far beyond national boundaries, expanding the frontiers of international justice, and yielding indelible lessons and inspiration.



On the effectiveness of judicial accountability mechanisms in Bosnia and Herzegovina

In order to understand the context of transitional justice mechanisms in Bosnia and Herzegovina (henceforth referred to as BiH or simply Bosnia), first one needs to understand the preconditions of the genesis of today’s state and get at least a glimpse of the events that were taking place in the wider region.


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