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Clark, Phil (2010) 'Gacaca: Rwanda's Experiment in Community-Based Justice for Genocide Crimes Comes to a Close.' Foreign Policy Digest.

Clark, Phil (2010) The Gacaca Courts and Post-Genocide Justice and Reconciliation in Rwanda: Justice without Lawyers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Clark, Phil (2010) 'Truth and Reconciliation at a Price.' Radio Netherlands Worldwide.

Clark, Phil (2010) 'Kagame's Power Struggle.' The Guardian.

Clark, Phil (2010) 'Wahrheit, Gerechtigkeit, Heilung: Was Für eine Aufarbeitung Nötig ist.' International Politike .

Clark, Phil (2010) 'Beyond Polarisation: Debating Local Accountability and Reconciliation Rituals in Northern Uganda.' In: Onyango, J. F. and Wrange, P., (eds.), The International Criminal Court and the Juba Peace Process. Kampala: Fountain Publishers.

Clark, Phil (2010) 'Chasing Cases: The ICC and the Politics of State Referral in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda.' In: Stahn, Carsten, (ed.), The International Criminal Court and Complementarity: From Theory to Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Clark, Phil (2010) Debating International Justice in Africa. Oxford: Oxford Transitional Justice Research.

Clark, Phil (2010) 'Review of Joanna Quinn (ed.), Reconciliation(s): Transitional Justice in Postconflict Societies.' International Journal of Transitional Justice, 4 (1). pp. 138-143.

Clark, Phil and Palmer, Nicola (2009) International Community Fails Rwanda Again. Oxford Transitional Justice Research Working Paper Series.

Clark, Phil (2009) Can International Courts Do Justice? Conceptions of Justice in Responding to Conflict. Foundation for Law, Justice and Society.

Clark, Phil and Kaufman, Zachary D. (2009) 'After Genocide.' In: Clark, Phil and Kaufman, Zachary D., (eds.), After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond. New York: Columbia University Press.

Clark, Phil and Kaufman, Zachary D., eds. (2009) After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond. London: Columbia University Press.

Carroll, Patrick (2009) 'Establishing a Conceptual Framework of Transitional Justice: Six Key Themes.' In: Clark, Phil and Kaufman, Zachary D., (eds.), After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond. New York: Columbia University Press.

Clark, Phil (2009) 'Grappling in the Great Lakes: The Challenges of International Justice in Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda.' In: Bowden, Brett and Charlesworth,, Hilary and Farrall, Jeremy, (eds.), Great Expectations: The Role of International Law in Restructuring Societies after Conflict. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Clark, Phil (2009) 'The Rules (and Politics) of Engagement: The Gacaca Courts and Post-Genocide Justice, Healing and Reconciliation in Rwanda.' In: Clark, Phil and Kaufman, Zachary D., (eds.), After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond. New York: Columbia University Press.

Clark, Phil (2009) 'Tensions in Transitional Justice.' In: Clark, Phil and Kaufman, Zachary D, (eds.), After Genocide: Transitional Justice, Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Rwanda and Beyond. London: Columbia University Press.

Clark, Phil (2008) 'Congo Crisis: Two Misjudgements.' The New York Times.

Clark, Phil (2008) Ocampo’s Darfur Strategy Depends on Congo. Oxford Transitional Justice Research Working Paper Series.

Clark, Phil (2008) If Ocampo Indicts Bashir, Nothing May Happen. Oxford Transitional Justice Research Working Paper Series.

Clark, Phil (2008) 'Law, Politics and Pragmatism: ICC Case Selection in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda.' In: Clark, Phil and Waddell, Nicholas, (eds.), Courting Conflict? Peace, Justice and the ICC in Africa. London: Royal African Society.

Clark, Phil (2008) 'Ethnicity, Leadership and Conflict Resolution in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo: The Case of the Barza Inter-Communautaire.' Journal of Eastern African Studies, 2 (1). pp. 1-17.

Clark, Phil and Waddell, Nicholas (2008) 'Courting Conflict.' In: Carroll, Patrick and Waddell, Nicholas, (eds.), Courting Conflict? Peace, Justice and the ICC in Africa. Royal African Society.

Clark, Phil (2008) 'Review of Victor Peskin, 'International Justice in Rwanda and the Balkans: Virtual Trials and State Cooperation'.' Ethics and International Affairs, 22 (4).

Clark, Phil (2007) 'Hybridity, Holism and ‘Traditional’ Justice: The Case of the Gacaca Community Courts in Post-Genocide Rwanda.' George Washington International Law Review, 39 (4). pp. 765-838.

Clark, Phil (2007) Making Peace Our Own: Victims’ Perceptions of Accountability, Reconciliation and Transitional Justice in Northern Uganda. Geneva: United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.

Clark, Phil and Waddell, Nicholas (2007) 'Dilemmas of Justice.' Prospect .

Clark, Phil and Waddell, Nicholas (2007) Peace, Justice and the ICC in Africa. London: Royal African Society.

Clark, Phil (2007) 'In the Shadow of the Volcano: Democracy and Justice in Congo.' Dissent .

Clark, Phil (2006) 'Traditional Justice: Gacaca in Rwanda.' Interview transcript in New Vision.

Clark, Phil (2006) 'Justice Must Be Relevant to Iraqis.' Essay in PostGlobal Debate: Salvaging Iraq, The Washington Post.

Clark, Phil (2005) 'Review of Nigel Eltringham, Accounting for Horror: Post-Genocide Debates in Rwanda.' African Affairs . pp. 146-147.

Clark, Phil (2005) 'Hero, Failure or Casualty? – A Peacekeeper’s Experience of Genocide.' Dissent . pp. 115-121.

Clark, Phil (2005) 'When the Killers Go Home: Local Justice in Rwanda.' Dissent .

Clark, Phil (2004) 'Judging Genocide on the Grass.' Oxonian Review of Books, 3 (4).

Clark, Phil (2004) 'Voices of the Victims.' Oxonian Review of Books, 3 (1).

Clark, Phil Doing Justice during Conflict: The International Criminal Court in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda. (Submitted)

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