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Transitional Justice and Why the Afghan Intervention Never Tackled Impunity

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Uploaded on Mar 2, 2011

PRESENTER: Carr Center Fellow Michael Semple
ABSTRACT: In 2001 as the United Nations and other members of the international community launched their intervention in Afghanistan, many expected that there would be an opportunity to hold to account those who had been implicated in war crimes in previous eras of the conflict. A decade later, despite the Government of Afghanistan having adapted a transitional justice strategy, there has never been any serious move to prosecute war crimes suspects and several have become important members of the new political establishment. The seminar explores the politics that sealed the fate of transitional justice in Afghanistan.

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