Table of contents for Paths to international justice : social and legal perspectives / Marie-Benedicte Dembour, Tobias Kelly.
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1. Introduction - the social lives of international justice Tobias Kelly and Marie-Be;ne;dicte Dembour; Part I. Paths...: 2. The success of failure? Minority supervision at the League of Nations Jane K. Cowan; 3. Law, civil society and contested justice at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Emily Haslam; 4. Transparent broadcast? The reception of Milo∫evic's trial in Serbia Jelena To∫ic; Part II. ...to International...: 5. The limits of international justice at the European Court of Human Rights: between legal cosmopolitanism and 'a society of states' Basak Çali; 6. Global justice, local controversies: the International Criminal Court and the sovereignty of victims Kamari Maxine Clarke; 7. Human Rights Law as a path to International Justice: the case of the women's convention Sally Engle Merry; Part III. ...Justice: 8. The house of ghosts: post-socialist property restitution and the European Court's rendition of human rights in Brumarescu v. Romania Filippo M. Zerilli and Marie-Be;ne;dicte Dembour; 9. Entwined paths to justice: the inter-American human rights system and the Peruvian Truth Commission Lisa J. Laplante; 10. Same old story? Gypsy understandings of the injustices of non-Gypsy justice Sal Buckler.
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Justice, Administration of.