Transition without Justice, or Justice without History: Transitional Justice in Taiwan

@article{Wu2005TransitionWJ,
  title={Transition without Justice, or Justice without History: Transitional Justice in Taiwan},
  author={Naiteh Wu},
  journal={Taiwan journal of democracy},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={77-102}
}
  • Naiteh Wu
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • Taiwan journal of democracy
Depending on their particular historical-political situations, new democratic regimes have adopted different strategies to tackle the problems of transitional justice, such as how to deal with the perpetrators of the former regime, how to compensate victims, and how to rectify the history of that traumatic past. This essay discusses how Taiwan's unique approach to the problems-reparations for victims but not holding anyone accountable, much less prosecuting the perpetrators-has been affected by… Expand
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