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Includes bibliographical references (pages 139-140) and index.
New challenges : judging injustice -- The Goldstone Commission on Public Violence and Intimidation -- The South African solution : is truth sufficient? -- International justice : the United Nations criminal tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda -- Toward an international criminal court.
Richard J. Goldstone's account of his progression from a young activist opposing South Africa's racial policies to the world's first independent war crimes prosecutor. In it, he argues in favour of the move towards establishing a permanent international criminal court.
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