Global Justice: The Politics of War Crimes Trials / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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|Publisher:||Stanford University Press|
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"His distinction between international law and politics seems well founded."
"Kingsley Moghalu is a sure-footed guide through the thicket of international law and the imbalances among nationspolitical, economic, and military—that have made it very difficult to achieve true global standards and philosophies of justice for war crimes and atrocities against civilians."
"This book is a must read for anyone concerned with the future of war crimes prosecutions and humanitarian law. Moghalu challenges many common assumptions with controversial views on state sovereignty, the liberal hopes sired at Nuremberg and international justice at large. Wherever you stand on these questions you will be unable to return this volume to your shelf once you pick it up. His lucid writing, trenchant analysis and experience with Rwandan justice require every human rights activist, scholar or concerned citizen to hear his authentic voice."