Couch-surfing the US Congress’ January 6 hearings has been an interesting experience. These contrast startlingly with the hearings of the post-Apartheid Truth and Reconciliation Commission of 1996 in South Africa. Their structure is also totally different from the Bangladesh International Crimes Tribunal (2009), and worlds removed from the war crimes trials at Nuremberg and Tokyo after World War II.
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