Through an in-depth examination of the efficacy and efficiency of mass claims processes, Jason Scott Palmer analyses the actors involved and their roles, such as those who provide reparations and why these reparations are provided. Palmer carefully considers the utility of potential future mass claims reparations regimes through the use of hypothetical mass claims property losses, based on highly relevant case studies such as the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. He emphasizes that, to fully understand mass claims reparations programs, one must inspect the complete process of reparations funding and distribution.
Academics researching domestic and international mass claims processes will find the historical analysis within this book to be essential. Due to its practical implications, practitioners engaged in litigating or designing mass claims processes will additionally benefit from its scope.
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