justice

No end in sight

The Maldivian blogger Yameen Rasheed's sister recounts the family’s long struggle for justice.

| May 04, 2021

Rape under trial

What rape trials demonstrate about the failures of Indian law enforcement and criminal justice.

| Nov 04, 2020

Charting new territories

A recent anthropological volume on Jammu & Kashmir makes important new contributions to scholarship on the region.

| Sep 22, 2020

The long wait for justice

On the chronic failures of criminal justice in Sri Lanka.

| Aug 07, 2020

Peace, justice and conflict in Afghanistan

Can Afghanistan move forward without addressing its past and present human rights violations and war crimes?

Exhuming Accountability

Conference on transitional justice in Southasia | Hosted by Himal Southasian and the International Center for Transitional Justice.

| Mar 01, 2007

Whodunit? All of them

 A fine memoir of a wronged man who refuses to go for the jugular.

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