The Conflict in Ukrainian Donbas: International, Regional and Comparative Perspectives on the Jus Post Bellum Options
- Igor Lyubashenko,
- Gerhard Kemp
The past two decades have produced a substantial body of theoretical and practical insights into the field collectively known as post-conflict studies. Various modalities, including criminal justice responses, truth commissions, and hybrid modalities are aimed at post-conflict peace, justice and reconciliation. This chapter explores, first of all, relevant theoretical frames in the context of post-conflict studies. Comparative national and regional insights are also considered. The chapter deals, in the second place, with the armed conflict in the east of Ukraine as a contemporary problem in flux. In conclusion, the theoretical insights gained from a consideration of the national, regional and international frameworks on post-conflict theories and modalities are applied to the situation in Ukraine, with due regard for the fact that the situation is, indeed, still very much fluid.
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- Sergey Sayapin, Sayapin Sergey Evhen Tsybulenko Tsybulenko Evhen (eds.): The Use of Force against Ukraine and International Law Jus Ad Bellum, Jus In Bello, Jus Post Bellum, 2018, Berlin, Springer, 465 p., ISBN 978-94-6265-221-7. DOI:10.1007/978-94-6265-222-4 opening in a new tab
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- Post-conflict studies, Truth, Peace, Justice, Transitional justice modalities
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