Journal of Peace Research

This just out: three scholars with Kellogg Institute ties argue in a new article in the Journal of Peace Research that the adoption of strong truth commissions in new democracies is strongly associated with less violent societies.

Read more in "Breaking state impunity in post-authoritarian regimes: Why transitional justice processes deter criminal violence in new democracies" by Faculty Fellow Guillermo Trejo (political science), former Kellogg doctoral student Juan Albarracín (political science), and dissertation year fellow Lucía Tiscornia (political science).