Should we punish wrongdoers? Should we take care of the ones who suffered from wrongdoings? Although we may believe answers to these questions are obvious, they become less so when similar questions are asked under exceptional circumstances, such as armed conflicts. These answers may decide about the continuation of hostilities or their end. The stakes are high, while we can hardly ignore the need to deal with the consequences of violence generated by a conflict. This book discusses the dilemmas and challenges associated with the provision of justice in the context of the armed conflict in Ukrainian Donbas in 2014-2019.
Igor Lyubashenko (Author)
Igor Lyubashenko is a political scientist who focuses on the problems of political development and transition, but also on approaches of societies to reconciliation in the contexts of large-scale conflicts and violence. He obtained his doctorate from the Faculty of Political Science, at the Maria Curie-Sk³odowska University (2010), and his habilitation from the Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences (2018).