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This book offers a trans-disciplinary analysis of the impact of mass crime on the rebuilding of social and political relations. Drawing on historical and more recent casesincluding examples from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Burundi, Cambodia, Indonesia, Peru, and Rwandathe authors examine the impact of mass crimes on individuals, society at large, and the organizations involved in providing assistance in the post-conflict phase.
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The United Nations University (国際連合大学, Kokusai rengō daigaku), (UNU), established in 1973, is the academic and research arm of the United Nations.
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