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Difficult peace, limited justice: ten years of peacemaking in DR Congo

(2009)
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This report reviews the efforts to address justice during ten years of varied peace negotiations in the Democratic Republic of Congo. It takes a close look at the dynamics of peace talks and the resulting accords — including those of Sun City, Ituri, Nairobi, and Goma. Based on extensive interviews of those most closely involved from the national and international communities, it provides an essential backdrop to the current efforts to end fighting in Eastern Congo.
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transitional justice, peace making, Democratic Republic of Congo, human rights

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Davis, Laura, and Priscilla Hayner. “Difficult Peace, Limited Justice: Ten Years of Peacemaking in DR Congo.” 2009 : n. pag. Print.
APA
Davis, L., & Hayner, P. (2009). Difficult peace, limited justice: ten years of peacemaking in DR Congo. New York, USA: The International Center for Transitional Justice.
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Davis, Laura, and Priscilla Hayner. 2009. “Difficult Peace, Limited Justice: Ten Years of Peacemaking in DR Congo”. New York, USA: The International Center for Transitional Justice.
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Davis, Laura, and Priscilla Hayner. 2009. “Difficult Peace, Limited Justice: Ten Years of Peacemaking in DR Congo”. New York, USA: The International Center for Transitional Justice.
Vancouver
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Davis L, Hayner P. Difficult peace, limited justice: ten years of peacemaking in DR Congo. New York, USA: The International Center for Transitional Justice; 2009.
IEEE
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L. Davis and P. Hayner, “Difficult peace, limited justice: ten years of peacemaking in DR Congo.” The International Center for Transitional Justice, New York, USA, 2009.
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  title        = {Difficult peace, limited justice: ten years of peacemaking in DR Congo},
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  year         = {2009},
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