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The truth will help set our nation free

The truth will help set our nation free

Over the last quarter century, Truth and Reconciliation Commissions (TRC) emerged as the international norm during in many peace processes. They have been established in nearly 40 countries and have become an important element for national re-conciliation and post-conflict peace-building. Some of them have been ill-born, while others have been successful, providing a model for

Narratives of a conflict By @eratokm1

When we talk about narratives, we define it as the spoken or written account of connected events, which could be real or imagined, that provide a chain of events that are recounted to others and especially to future generations. In intractable conflicts, a certain narrative of the conflict is created, which nurtures a separate collective

Sovereignty and international law

By Dr Erato Kozakou-Markoullis The United Nations has changed the notion of sovereignty of states significantly, from one based on force and military might, to one of creating set of common rules for all states. It is not, of course, a perfect system. Over the decades since the creation of the United Nations, the sovereignty