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Negotiation and a PhD candidate in international conflict resolution at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University in Medford, MA, USA. Her research interests include intergroup relations, conflict resolution, post-conflict peacebuilding, reconciliation and mediation. She can be reached at

In: Asian Journal of Social Science

-interpreted in the light of present day circumstances. Departing from extant works on war memories that deal directly with traumatic pasts and with important issues of reparation or reconciliation, Nelson adopts a more subtle but poignant approach towards unravelling the different forms of remembering in this

In: Asian Journal of Social Science
Author: Diana Wong

national history, and reveals a remarkable process of truth and reconciliation at the “grassroots level” by a younger generation of Nahdlatul Ulama activists. These activists have been able to re-write their own history, and hence that of their fathers, their nation, as children not of heroes but of

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towards studying the powerful, especially for those interested in strengthening institutions for civilian-military oversight, for powerless victims who dare not look at their oppressors in the eye let alone demand justice, and for researchers working on memory, truth and reconciliation programmes

In: Asian Journal of Social Science

Chinese Justice . Cambridge MA : Harvard University Press. Kyaw, Ying Hlaing (2014) Prisms on the Golden Pagoda: Perspectives on National Reconciliation in Myanmar . Singapore: NUS Press. Lau, Sin Wen and Nanlai Cao (eds.) (2014) Religion and Mobility in a Globalising Asia: New Ethnographic

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Press. Kyaw, Ying Hlaing (2014) Prisms on the Golden Pagoda: Perspectives on National Reconciliation in Myanmar . Singapore: NUS Press. Lau, Sin Wen and Nanlai Cao (eds.) (2014) Religion and Mobility in a Globalising Asia: New Ethnographic Explorations . London: Routledge. Lee, Sukhee

In: Asian Journal of Social Science

Chinese Justice , Cambridge MA : Harvard University Press. Kyaw, Ying Hlaing (2014) Prisms on the Golden Pagoda: Perspectives on National Reconciliation in Myanmar , Singapore: NUS Press. Lau, Sin Wen and Nanlai Cao (eds.) (2014) Religion and Mobility in a Globalising Asia: New Ethnographic

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-unions’ involvement in post-disaster society see Rice, 2006 ). In her paper on “ Reconciliation in Aceh: Addressing the Social Effects of Prolonged Armed Conflict ”, Rachel Schiller examines the psychological effects of the 2004 tsunami and its impact on post-conflict reconciliation in Aceh. Schiller addresses an

In: Asian Journal of Social Science
Author: Jean A. Berlie

great promise of peace and reconciliation, but lacked of mobility and maritime capability (Smith, 2003:153, 163−164). East Timor became independent in 2002, but * The author is grateful to James Fox who invited him at the ANU to prepare this paper. 950 J. A. Berlie / Asian Journal of Social Science

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, non-violence, and reconciliation. This was particularly difficult for the Khmer Seri at Khao-I-Dang, who had bitter memories of Khmer Rouge atrocities. Ghosananda's basic attitude to the Vinaya rules was that although a monk must try to observe them at all times, he should recognize that their exact

In: Asian Journal of Social Science