Customary justice and the rule of law in war-torn societies /
"Customary Justice and the Rule of Law in War-Torn Societies presents seven in-depth case studies that take a broad interdisciplinary approach to the study of the justice system. Moving beyond the narrow lens of legal analysis, the cases--Mozambique, Guatemala, East Timor, Afghanistan, Liberia,...
Washington, D.C. :
United States Institute of Peace Press,
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Table of Contents:
- Dilemmas of articulation in Mozambique : customary justice in transition / Stephen Lubkemann, Helene Maria Kyed, and Jennifer Garvey
- Mayan law in post-conflict Guatemala / Jan Hessbruegge and Carlos Fredy Ochoa Garcia
- Local-level justice under transitional administration : lessons from East Timor / Tanja Chopra, Christian Ranheim, and Rod Nixon
- The clash of two goods : state and nonstate dispute resolution in Afghanistan / Thomas Barfield, Neamat Nojumi, and J. Alexander Thier
- Unintended consequences : constraint of customary justice in post-conflict Liberia / Stephen Lubkemann, Deborah Isser, and Philip A. Z. Banks III
- Tribal customary law and legal pluralism in al Anbar, Iraq / Patricio Asfura-Heim
- Customary law in the cross fire of Sudan's war of identities / Francis M. Deng