Confronting Apartheid Through Critical Discussion

AM Arbeláez Trujillo, Jeff Handmaker

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Abstract

The history of apartheid in South Africa is generally well-known. Yet, apartheid is not exclusive to that country. According to international law, and on various social grounds, Israel too may be viewed as maintaining an apartheid regime. What does apartheid mean and how has the international community confronted both South African and contemporary regimes of apartheid? This article takes up this discussion, reflecting on a recent event organised at the ISS.
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PublisherBLISS: The ISS Blog on Global Development and Social Justice
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 17 Jun 2019

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