Contesting Transitional Justice as Liberal Governance in Revolutionary Tunisia

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  • 1 University of Tunis cm39@soas.ac.uk
  • 2 University of London iansanjaypatel@gmail.com
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ABSTRACT

This article discusses the politics of “transition” in Tunisia and locates Tunisia’s post-uprising justice initiatives within existing critical literature on global liberal governance and transitional justice. Methodologically, it treats transitional justice as a site of contestation, involving the exercise of domestic and transnational strategies of power as well as the often subversive agency of former and ongoing victims of state crime. By examining noninstitutionalized forms of contestation, this article seeks to understand and contextualize the fears expressed by some victims that the formal transitional justice process may be a diversion from, rather than bridge to, revolutionary aims.

Contributor Notes

CORINNA MULLIN is a visiting assistant professor in international relations at the University of Tunis and a research associate in the Department of Politics and International Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS).

IAN PATEL is associate lecturer at the Centre for Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths College, University of London. He has held postdoctoral posts at the University of East London, School of Law, and King’s College London, School of Law.

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