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Numerous historical or truth commissions have been set up in the last few decades. They have generally contributed to laying the foundations of a new coexistence in context of conflicts. In this regard the recognition of the past events is playing a crucial role, and has often opened up the path to the development of new societal relationships. This article addresses the normative bases of formally constituted historical commissions, briefly analyzing several experiences of such commissions. Finally, the article evaluates whether such a mechanism could be relevant within the normalization process of Armenian-Turkish relations, and its possible benefits for the future of the region.

 

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From The Desk Of The Editor This issue of TPQ comes at a time when global instability is arguably at its highest point since the end of World War II. The Western-led liberal world order that emerged in its wake, anchored by NATO and bolstered by multilateral institutions such as the European Union and the World Bank is fraying, and the principles upon which the order was founded are being undermined. Furthermore, the...
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