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During the last two decades, transitional justice has effected its own, very impressive transition; from the outer peripheries of academic analysis to the substantial occupation of undergraduate and postgraduate curricula worldwide. However, while yards of books address issues of central and tangential relevance to transitional justice, there has remained a noticeable gap in the market for a current political introduction. Transitional Justice in the Twenty-First Century nicely fits this space, showcasing a collection of contemporary case studies that reflect recent developments in the political and conceptual bases of transitional justice.

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406 - 408