Justice in conflict the effects of the international criminal courts interventions on ending wars and building peace mark kersten new york oxford university press 2016 280 pp 9995 cloth 45 paper in his 1938 poem the embassy w h auden sketches the contrast between two connected scenes diplomats exchanging views over a well manicured lawn while armies waited for a . It is an increasingly expected that when atrocities are perpetrated and wars erupt international criminal justice must soon follow but what happens when the international community simultaneously pursues peace and justice in response to ongoing wars what are the effects of interventions by the international criminal court icc on the conflicts in which it intervenes. Kersten is deeply unsatisfied with the framing of this debate as a trade off between justice and peace and in chapter three he proposes a new framework for analysing the effects of icc interventions which brings key elements of the study of peace processes into the peace versus justice debate. Building on theoretical and analytical insights from the fields of conflict and peace studies conflict resolution and negotiation theory the book develops a novel analytical framework to study the courts effects on peace justice and conflict processes this framework is applied to two cases libya and northern uganda. Justice in conflict the effects of the international criminal courts interventions on ending wars and building peace mark kersten investigates the relationship between peace and justice a complicated and neglected area of study
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