Transformative Transitional Justice and the Malleability of Post-Conflict States

‘This is one of the most important and original contributions to recent transitional justice literature. In this outstanding work of non-ideal theory, McAuliffe argues that wishful thinking and good intentions are not enough to bring about lasting economic improvements in post war states. What is required is a clear-eyed examination of how transitional justice precepts about economic justice work in particular post war contexts; how they can be realized given the real world institutional weakness, lingering old-guard influence, lack of political tradition and corruption typical of fledgling states. Beautifully written and argued, this is a must read for both scholars and practitioners of transitional justice.’

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The question of how deep-seated economic injustice can be effectively addressed in real-world post-conflict scenarios is rarely considered, however. McAuliffe’s inspiring book tackles this much-neglected issue head-on. It is one of those rare books that ”advance the conversation”, a must-read for everyone wishing to go beyond oversimplified formulas and to critically think about the real place of economic justice in post-conflict states.’

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 24 × 16 × 3 cm
Book Author

Padraig McAuliffe

Edition

1st

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9781783470037

Language

English

Pages

368

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