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Bert Ingelaere

contextualise the gacaca practice. Such a contextualisation is important in order to understand processes of territorialisation and deterritorialisation of the gacaca assemblage. Through these notions I am evoking the forces at play in and on the gacaca practice resulting in different types or styles of truth interacting in the gacaca assemblage : the forensic truth , the moral truth , the effectual truth and, what I refer to as the Truth-with-a-Capital-T . The first is a consequence of the design of the court system, the second is derived from the socio

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
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Ayca Arkilic

international factors that lead states to harness their émigré populations and to build diaspora organisations 49 or looked at ethical dimensions of extraterritorial citizenship, de-ethnicisation or de-territorialisation. 50 As Fiona B. Adamson has succinctly summarised, 51 other branches within diaspora studies have examined the role of diasporas in democratisation, economic

in Diaspora diplomacy