The Dirty War

by Lance Fokine and Matthew Merrill

The Transitional Justice Network invited Damian Pachter to discuss the case of Argentine Prosecutor Alberto Nisman. Pachter, a former reporter for the Buenos Aires Herald, was living in Buenos Aires and fled to Israel after breaking the news regarding the death of prosecutor Alberto Nisman.

In 1976, the Argentine Military rose to power and installed a Military Junta, which lasted until 1983. During the Junta, the Argentine population was gripped with terror as <Read More>


A Hazy Memory in Poland

by Taaha Malik and Trevor Taylor

Poland has historically been the epicenter of various conflicts and disputes, and is certainly no stranger to global adversity. From years of subjugation at the hands the Russian Empire, to being the victim of Hitler’s first major conquest in Europe at the outbreak of World War II, Poland knows what it means to struggle for liberty, equality, and a fair position in the global arena. It is precisely because of these <Read More>