Transitional Justice in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine. Swimming Upstream
AbstractThe book focusses on transitional justice policies implemented in Ukraine since the beginning of 2014. The author covers investigations and trials, vetting, historical justice, as well as two issues that only partially refer to the «transitional justice toolbox»: attempts to deal with the consequences of the armed conflict in Donbas and elements of institutional reforms that supplement transitional justice efforts. He explains constrains faced by each of the mentioned policies and interrelationships between them. The author comes to the conclusion that the Ukrainian case presents both similarities and significant differences in comparison to other post-communist countries, which implemented such policies much earlier. Furthermore, there is no evidence supporting the thesis that the implementation of these policies provides visible effects in terms of democratisation of the country.
|Publisher||Peter Lang Publishing Group, MNiSW |
|Publishing place (Publisher address)||Frankfurt nad Menem|
|Book series /Journal (in case of Journal special issue)||Studies in political transition, ISSN 2191-3307, (0 pkt)|
|Publication size in sheets||8|
|Score correction||Score increased (at least one author declares Humanities, Social sciences or Theological science)|
|Citation count*||6 (2020-11-29)|
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