The UNCC, Conflict Resources, and the Future of Natural Resources in Transitional Justice
This chapter explores the appropriation and exploitation of natural resources during armed conflict and considers the challenges that conflict resources pose to post-conflict peacebuilding. It analyzes legal norms that constitute the international law into shaping how tribunals address conflict resources in the future and examines how the UN Compensation Commission’s (UNCC) approaches may be applied to conflict resources in other peacebuilding and transitional justice bodies. The chapter concludes with formalized institutional frameworks for future responses to conflict resources and wartime environmental harm.
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