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Becoming human in South Africa.
Although both the victims and the perpetrators of human rights violations on African soil have been Africans, the pursuit of justice has been conducted largely by international institutions, and not Africans themselves.
The New Generation of Nigerian Writers
Can the Republic live up to its ideals?
John R. Bowen
The story of Tanzania’s people’s park.
Christine J. Walley
The unexpected successes of a Cold War development project.
On understanding and ending the horror
Alex de Waal
Can an international court deliver justice?
The vanishing legacy of Operation Restore Hope.
Deabtes on how to heal from the Rwandan genocide.
Kenneth Roth, Alison DesForges, Helena Cobban
The Rwandan genocide and the limits of law.
South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
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