After Genocide

Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond
Phil Clark and Zachary D. Kaufman (editors)






The Contributors

Preface – President Paul Kagame

Foreword – Luis Moreno Ocampo

Part I.       Introduction and Background

After Genocide
Phil Clark and Zachary D. Kaufman

The Past is Prologue:  Planning the 1994 Rwandan Genocide
Linda Melvern

Without Justice, No Reconciliation:  A Survivor’s Experience of Genocide
Jean Baptiste Kayigamba

The Peacekeeping System, Britain and the 1994 Rwandan Genocide
Paul D. Williams

Part II.      Politics of Memory, Identity and Healing

The Politics of Memory in Post-Genocide Rwanda
René Lemarchand

Reconstructing Political Identities in Rwanda
Helen Hintjens

Genocide-Laundering:  Historical Revisionism, Genocide Denial and the Role of the Rassemblement Républicain pour la Démocratie au Rwanda
Tom Ndahiro

We are Pretending Peace:  Local Memory and the Absence of Social Transformation and Reconciliation in Rwanda
Susanne Buckley-Zistel

Confronting Conflict and Poverty through Trauma Healing:  Integrating Peace-building and Development Processes in Rwanda
Solomon Nsabiyera Gasana

Only Healing Heals: Concepts and Methods of Psycho-Social Healing in Post-Genocide Rwanda
John Steward

Part III.    Post-Genocide Transitional Justice, Reconstruction and Reconciliation

Establishing a Conceptual Framework:  Six Key Transitional Justice Themes
Phil Clark

Post-Genocide Justice in Rwanda: A Spectrum of Options
William A. Schabas

The United States Role in the Establishment of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
Zachary D. Kaufman

The Contribution of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to the Development of International Criminal Law
Hassan Bubacar Jallow

Prosecuting Genocide in the Digital Age: An Information Management Perspective
Maria Warren and Alison Cole

The Rules (and Politics) of Engagement:  The Gacaca Courts and Post-Genocide Justice, Healing and Reconciliation in Rwanda
Phil Clark

The Institutionalisation of Impunity:  A Judicial Perspective of the Rwandan Genocide
Martin Ngoga

Part IV.    Legal and Institutional Lessons after Rwanda

The Rwanda Effect: The Development and Endorsement of the “Responsibility to Protect”
Jennifer M. Welsh

Some Lessons for the International Criminal Court from the International Judicial Response to the Rwandan Genocide
Morten Bergsmo and Philippa Webb

Balancing Justice and Order: State-building and the Prosecution of War Crimes in Rwanda and Kosovo
Dominik Zaum

Tensions in Transitional Justice
Phil Clark, Zachary D. Kaufman and Kalypso Nicolaïdis