Tag Archives: Guest Post
By Sonja Dechian | Published: June 28, 2012
Guest contributor David P. Forsythe, emeritus professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, on the rights of suspected terrorists in the United States.
By Sonja Dechian | Published: May 28, 2012
Protestors have gathered each week to call for an apology from Indonesia's government for past abuses. But with an apology now likely, this must be only the start of a long healing process, writes guest contributor Vannessa Hearman.
Guest Post: Jo Baker On World Press Freedom Day – What Hope for Reconciliation and Free Expression in Sri Lanka?
By Sonja Dechian | Published: May 3, 2012
Guest contributor Jo Baker writes about growing restrictions on free expression in Sri Lanka, and the consequences for reconciliation.
By Sonja Dechian | Published: April 26, 2012
Guest contributor Nina Schneider explains the controversy surrounding the National Truth Commission in Brazil.
By Sonja Dechian | Published: April 2, 2012
Guest contributor Dr.Vincent Druliolle on the suspension of controversial Spanish judge Baltasar Garzon and the implications for memory and justice in Spain.