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A Handbook for Policymakers and Practitioners
December 2006

Presents broad guidelines and specific prescriptions for combating serious crime in societies emerging from conflict.


Paperback:  $17.50
978-1-929223-95-4
 
  July 2011

Customary Justice and the Rule of Law in War-Torn Societies presents seven in-depth case studies that take a broad interdisciplinary approach to the study of the justice system. Moving beyond the narrow lens of legal analysis, the cases—Mozambique, Guatemala, East Timor, Afghanistan, Liberia, Iraq, Sudan—examine the larger historical, political, and social factors that shape the character and role of customary justice systems and their place in the overall justice sector.


Paperback:  $29.95
978-1-60127-066-5
 
 
Strategies and Tactics for Conflict-Affected Societies


Fighting Serious Crimes: Strategies and Tactics for Conflict-Affected Societies is an invaluable resource for anyone battling serious crimes in societies seeking to avoid conflict, to escape from violence, or to recover and rebuild. Packed with practical guidance, this volume includes real-world examples from more than twenty of today’s conflict zones, including Libya, Yemen, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, and Colombia.


Paperback:  $24.99
978-1-60127-629-2
 

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