Pas de paix sans justice ?
Le dilemme de la paix et de la justice en sortie de conflit armé
No Peace Without Justice? The dilemma of peace and justice after armed conflict
Examining the history of international criminal justice, from Nuremberg to today, with the aid of numerous examples from the Balkans to Libya, touching on Rwanda and Darfur, this book questions the pacifying effect of justice and its limitations.