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    The Return of Diplomacy: What Consequences for Transitional Justice?
    17.07.15
    Dr. Gilad Ben-Nun, Global & European Studies Institute, University of Leipzig

    Diplomacy has resumed its role, trumping ’go it alone’ military interventions. Time-wise, we’re in for the long haul- but that could spell some good news.   The fruitful culmination of negotiations between world powers and Iran over its nuclear program, are yet another indication to the global shift in International Relations, away from unilateral military solutions, and back towards multilateral diplomacy. Iran’s nuclear agreement, Syria’s negotiated chemical weapons removal, the re-opening of a US embassy in Havana, and the Palestinian authority’s choice for diplomatic pressure over...

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