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Best Books of the Year 2012: History (Spanish)
Pons, A. (2012, December 21). Los mejores libros del año 2012: Historia. Clionauta: Blog de historia
Howe, S. (2012, December 8). Books of the Year 2012: History. The Independent
Eldar, A. (2012, June 4). Independence and Nakba: Two Narratives for one Land. Haaretz.com
Halabi, S. (2012, May 11). School Days at the Centre for Equality on the History of Haifa Before and After the Nakba in the Presence of an Arab and a Jew. Alarab.net
Eldar, A. (2011, November 8). Israel is Trying to Turn Abbas into Arafat. Haaretz.com
Ben-David, C. (2011, April 18). Authors Pamuk, McEwan Back Bookseller Facing Israel Deportation. Bloomberg.com
Brynen, R. (2011, April 2). Zoom In: Palestinian Refugees of 1948, Remembrances. Palestinian Refugee ResearchNet
Zomersztajn, N. (2011, December 6). 1948, Deux Perceptions d’un Même Passé. Centre Communautaire Laïc Juif
Hass, A. (2011, June 11). Israel-Palestinian Conflict is in the eye of the beholder. Haaretz.com
Gee, H. (2009, April 10). International Justice. Radio Netherlands Worldwide.
Bonino, E., & Crane, D. M. (2008, July 18). Justice across borders. International Herald
Goldstone, R. J. (2008, July 16). Prosecuting Sudan’s leaders. International Herald Tribune.
Ryback, T. W. (2006, November 24). Enter the historians, finally. International Herald Tribune.
Goldstone, R. J. (2005, October 14). Justice now and for posterity. International Herald Tribune.
Remarks on Historical Justice and Reconciliation
Goldstone, R. J. (Ed.). (2005). Proceedings from the Conference of the International Bar
Association 2005: Remarks on Historical Justice and Reconciliation. Prague, Czech
Ryback, T. W. (2005, April 26). Japan may have to bend its knee. International Herald Tribune.
The Guilt of Nations: Restitution and Negotiating Historical Injustices
The guilt of nations: Restitutions and negotiating historical injustices. (2000, May 27). The
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2011 has been a fruitful and eventful year as during which the Institute has been able to make a meaningful contribution to the field of transitional justice. This annual report draws special attention to the outcomes of IHJR projects. The year 2011 was marked by the release of 8 volumes on shared history of the former Yugoslavia, the Middle East, Kenya, considerable progress on the project in Armenia and Turkey and a diverse range of dissemination activities.
Center for History, Democracy and Reconciliation
The CHDR is an outcome of the IHJR Project in the Former Yugoslavia.