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From the Publisher"An insightful and provocative challenge for supporters of international justice. An important book for anyone interested in human rights and in attaining justice in the wake of atrocities."
—Justice Richard J Goldstone, First Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former-Yugoslavia and Rwanda, Former Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa
"A wise, persuasive, and yet unsettling book, about how noble humanitarian intentions insulated from local culture, community, and politics often cause perverse unintended consequences… Anyone committed to peace and justice in the world should read this book "
—Andrew Natsios, Former Presidential Envoy to Sudan, Former Administrator of the US Agency for International Development, Professor, Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University