3680) Diaspora Coalition-building for Genocide Recognition: Armenians, Assyrians and Kurds

Koinova, Maria 2019. “Diaspora Coalition-building for Genocide Recognition:
Armenians, Assyrians and Kurds,” Ethnic and Racial Studies, online publication on 14 February, 2019.

Transitional justice research has grown exponentially in the twenty-first century as intrastate and civil wars have multiplied, leaving ethnic and other identity-based groups displaced, abused, and searching for redress of their suffering. Theoretical and policy debates have traditionally focused on whether to prosecute or pardon the perpetrators, apply retributive or restorative justice, or mobilize through top-down or bottom-up activism (Kim 2014). Scholarship has moved from dichotomous thinking considering the need to address perpetrators or victims in post-conflict societies (Roht-Arriaza and Mariezcurrena 2006; Barkan and Karn 2006; McEvoy and McGregor 2008; Subotic 2009; Weibelhaus-Brahm 2010; Snyder and Vinjamuri 2010; Kim 2014; Waller 2016, Hughes and Kostovicova 2018). Academic works are currently seeking “holistic” and “comprehensive” approaches integrating aspects of transitional justice (Kim 2014:36), through timing and sequencing ...



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