Justice as the art of muddling through

The importance of nyaya in the aftermath of international crimes

Antony Pemberton, Rianne Letschert

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTransitional justice and the public sphere
Subtitle of host publicationEngagement, legitimacy and contestation
EditorsChrisje Brants, Susanne Karstedt
Place of PublicationOxford
PublisherHart Publishers
Pages17-40
Number of pages24
ISBN (Electronic)978-1509900169
ISBN (Print)1509900160
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Pemberton, A., & Letschert, R. (2017). Justice as the art of muddling through: The importance of nyaya in the aftermath of international crimes. In C. Brants, & S. Karstedt (Eds.), Transitional justice and the public sphere: Engagement, legitimacy and contestation (pp. 17-40). Oxford: Hart Publishers.
Pemberton, Antony ; Letschert, Rianne. / Justice as the art of muddling through : The importance of nyaya in the aftermath of international crimes. Transitional justice and the public sphere: Engagement, legitimacy and contestation. editor / Chrisje Brants ; Susanne Karstedt. Oxford : Hart Publishers, 2017. pp. 17-40
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Pemberton, A & Letschert, R 2017, Justice as the art of muddling through: The importance of nyaya in the aftermath of international crimes. in C Brants & S Karstedt (eds), Transitional justice and the public sphere: Engagement, legitimacy and contestation. Hart Publishers, Oxford, pp. 17-40.

Justice as the art of muddling through : The importance of nyaya in the aftermath of international crimes. / Pemberton, Antony; Letschert, Rianne.

Transitional justice and the public sphere: Engagement, legitimacy and contestation. ed. / Chrisje Brants; Susanne Karstedt. Oxford : Hart Publishers, 2017. p. 17-40.

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Pemberton A, Letschert R. Justice as the art of muddling through: The importance of nyaya in the aftermath of international crimes. In Brants C, Karstedt S, editors, Transitional justice and the public sphere: Engagement, legitimacy and contestation. Oxford: Hart Publishers. 2017. p. 17-40