The nature of sanctions: the case of Morocco's Equity and Reconciliation Commission

Using the case of Morocco's Equity and Reconciliation Commission as an example, this article analyses how transitional justice is by definition the place where ethics and reasons of State, the will to see justice done and the balance of power meet. Therein lie both the strength and ambiguity of transitional justice.

About the author

Pierre Hazan
Senior Fellow

Senior Fellow at the United States Institute of Peace, Washington, DC

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