Waging War, Making Peace: Reparations and Human Rights
David Bourget (Western Ontario)
David Chalmers (ANU, NYU)
Rafael De Clercq
Ezio Di Nucci
Jonathan Jenkins Ichikawa
Jack Alan Reynolds
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|Keywords||Reparations for historical injustices Restorative justice Human rights Moral and ethical aspects|
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Maria-Pia Di Bella, “Victims of Crime” and “Victims of Justice”: The Symbolic and Financial Aspects in US Compensation Programs.
Diego Garcia, C Hagossians Are Not Asking for Charity,” Said Louis Olivier Bancoult, the Elected Leader of the Exiled People of the Indian Ocean's Chagos Archipelago.“Chagossians Are Asking for Our Due for What has Happened Since We Were Deracinated.… For All the Damages That We've Suffered, to Recognize, to Give Reparation. To Give Reparation for All the Suffering That We Have Experienced During These Years.” But, He Added,“We Are Not Only Asking for Money. We Are Asking for Money, Compensation for Our Suffer-Ing ... [REVIEW]
Coscienza Intesi daiBianchi, Recently Completed a Second Book, The Past in Pieces: Belonging in the New Cyprus, About the Opening of the Green Line That Divides the Island. Maria-Pia Di Bella is a Senior Research Fellow at the CNRS-IRIS-EHESS (Paris) and Associated with the Harvard Divinity School, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her Current Work Focuses on Families That Are Victims Of.
Barbara Rose Johnston, Anthropology, in its Core Essence and Meaning, is the Study of Humanity. Ifthestudy of Humanity Tells Us Anything, It is That We Humans Have Become Very, Very Good at Waging War. We Truly Excel in This Realm. We Are Considerably Less Successful in Making Peace. [REVIEW]
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