Doing justice to truth in international criminal courts and tribunals

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Doing justice to truth in international criminal courts and tribunals. / Sander, Barrie (Editor); Holtermann, Jakob v. H. (Editor).

100 p. 2017, Blog symposium, Humanity Journal.

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Harvard

Sander, B & Holtermann, JVH (eds) 2017, Doing justice to truth in international criminal courts and tribunals..

APA

Sander, B., & Holtermann, J. V. H. (Eds.) (2017, Jul). Doing justice to truth in international criminal courts and tribunals.

Vancouver

Sander B, (ed.), Holtermann JVH, (ed.). Doing justice to truth in international criminal courts and tribunals. 2017. 100 p.

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Sander, Barrie (Editor) ; Holtermann, Jakob v. H. (Editor). / Doing justice to truth in international criminal courts and tribunals. 2017. 100 p.

Bibtex

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