- May 29, 2008
- News & Analysis
The ongoing crisis in northern Uganda and efforts to end the two-decade conflict bring to the surface a number of dynamics and tensions at play in the region.
One such dynamic is the simultaneous, and sometimes contradictory, desire for both peace and justice.
The two words have been thrown around quite a bit since the International Criminal Court issued indictments for four LRA commanders and since peace talks started last summer. And the debate over which of the two should be given priority has been ongoing.