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|Title:||Conflict Series: Peace vs. Justice: Ending a Conflict at the Price of Impunity|
||Larry Johnson, Assistant Secretary-General for Legal Affairs, United Nations Office of the Legal Counsel; formerly chef de cabinet, Office of the President, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia Larry Johnson discusses the tension between peace and justice in post-conflict contexts. In the quest to end conflicts, can the international community achieve peace and justice without succumbing to impunity for war criminals? In Uganda, for example, should the ICC withdraw indictments against alleged war criminals in exchange for the surrender of weapons?|
|Author:||NYU Wagner Public Se|
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