By Prof Aleida Assmann, A. Assmann, S. Conrad
A significant contribution to reminiscence reports and a part of an emergent strand of labor on worldwide reminiscence. This book offers vital insights on subject matters in terms of reminiscence, globalization, foreign politics, diplomacy, Holocaust reports and media and conversation stories.
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Their purpose was to de-collectivize political guilt and to prosecute those who had criminally violated international law and basic humanitarian principles. The International Criminal Court, established in 2002, functions as a permanent tribunal and prosecutes individuals for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes. A third form of atonement first emerged in Latin America and then spread to Africa: truth commissions. Truth commissions not only concentrate on the perpetrators, but also on the victims.
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Memory in a Global Age: Discourses, Practices and Trajectories by Prof Aleida Assmann, A. Assmann, S. Conrad