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Title:Trial Justice: The International Criminal Court and the Lord's Resistance Army (African Arguments)
Authors:Tim Allen
Info:Zed Books (2006), Paperback, 176 pages
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Tags:Africa, northern Uganda conflict, ICC, Lord's Resistance Army, Joseph Kony

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Trial Justice: The International Criminal Court and the Lord's Resistance Army by Tim Allen

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'A gripping and affirmative account of the complex encounter between international criminal law and African realities.' - Mary Kaldor

'A timely and important contribution' - Eric Stover

'An excellent work' - Richard Goldstone

'Presents powerful and empirical support for the relevance of the ICC in one of the world's worst humanitarian disasters.' - David Keen, Development Studies Institute, London School of Economics

'An important and revealing account' - Jon Snow

'A seminal work' - Joanna Quinn

'A provocative and illuminating analysis' - Jenny Kuper

'..an excellent book on the northern Uganda conflict...' - Carlos Rodriguez, Ugandan Observer

'...excellent and very up-to-date book...Tim Allen's book is really valuable. It contains a wealth of background material, and firsthand interview material gathered in northern Uganda, on the issue of the interaction between the ICC and the situation [in Uganda].' - Posted by Helena Cobban on 'Just World News' http://justworldnews.org/archives/002...

'For those engaged in efforts to improve the lives of people in the north, this book is an informative read. For those who are engaged in the punditry business, it is an imperative...[Allen] brings out all of the issues and engages in a detailed analysis of the diverse views on justice and reconciliation especially for and among the Acholi people with particular reference to the ICC.' - the Sunday Vision (Uganda)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 184277736X, Hardcover)

The first major case before the International Criminal Court is the appalling situation in northern Uganda where Joseph Kony's Lord's Resistance Army abducted thousands, many of them children, and systematically tortured, raped, maimed and killed them. This book argues that much of the antipathy to the ICC is based upon ignorance and misconception. Drawing on field research in Uganda, it shows that victims are much more interested in punitive international justice than has been suggested, and that the ICC has made resolution of the war more likely.

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