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'Do International Criminal Tribunals Deliver Justice in Divided Societies? Examining the Assumptions behind the ICTY in Croatia

Date: 6 May 2009 Time: 12 noon

Dr Roman David is a Lecturer in Politics at the Department of Geography, Politics and Sociology at Newcastle University. Roman'sresearch specialization is comparative transitional justice. Romanstudiesvarious ways of how divided societies deal with legacies of repressive regimes, wars, civil wars and massive human rights violations. Roman has held post-doctoral positions atYale University and the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

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