This book examines the patterns of war crimes and crimes against humanity committed in Syria since 2011. The contributors also discuss the possibilities of achieving accountability through the international system and the linkages between the transition and the new justice system that should emerge in Syria.
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Intro Contents Special Thanks Introduction Transition, Justice, and Accountability in Syria / Radwan Ziadeh Demographic Engineering in Syria / Radwan Ziadeh Forced Evacuations: In theSyrian context / David M. Crane Stories from the Hill: Sarajevo and Darayya / Janine di Giovanni with Sophia Slater Syria's Green Buses, "Evacuation Deals," and Forced Displacement / Mai El-Sadany The False Allure of Syrian "Local Ceasefires"/ Mohammed Alaa Ghanem The Promises and Pitfalls of Data Analysis for Accountability and Justice / Megan Price and Anita Gohdes Index About the Author and Contributors.
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