World Politics Review – With More Evidence of Assad War Crimes, Is Transitional Justice Possible in Syria?

Frederick Deknatel analyzes the viability of transitional justice efforts in Syria after a former Syrian military photographer known as “Caesar” made available 55,000 photographs showing alleged torture and killings in Syrian government prisons.

Syria Justice and Accountability Centre (SJAC) Executive Director Mohammad Al Abdallah explains that despite the trove of potential evidence provided by “Caesar”, as long as President Bashar Al-Assad remains in power, “I don’t see a possibility for transitional justice”.

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