An End to Civil War?
This chapter examines the notion of reconciliation as an ideal or a negotiation. It considers the terms and limitations of reconciliation; the debates over justice, amnesty, or forgiveness; human rights and international law; and the recent phenomenon of truth and reconciliation commissions in various countries. It also examines the effect on society of the replacement or persistence of elites.
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