Us foreign policy on transitional justice annie r bird first book to develop a systematic account of the us approach to transitional justice provides a wealth of empirical data culled from nearly 200 interviews presents new empirical research in the form of three under examined case studies. A book launch and conversation us foreign policy on transitional justice please join the human rights initiative for the launch of us foreign policy on transitional justice oxford university press 2015 by dr annie bird. The us state department and the agency for international development recently published a series of policy papers on the us approach to transitional justice the united states has historically played an important role in advancing transitional justice programs abroad. In this book bird offers the first systematic and cross cutting account of us foreign policy on transitional justice she examines the development of us foreign policy on the field from world war i to the present with an in depth examination of us involvement in measures in cambodia liberia and colombia. Despite the diverse interests of presidents congress and the state department this book argues that us foreign policy on transitional justice is surprisingly consistent characterised by an approach that is value driven strategic and retributive and that has influenced the field as a whole
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