Provoked into being by the nature and extent of crimes committed during the Balkan conflict, the International Criminal ‘Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia has been plagued by problems both practical and ideological by VANESSA VASIC-JANEKOVIC NOT SINCE NUREMBERG AND TOKYO HAS the international community deemed war-crimes trials necessary. But the International Criminal Tribunal for the […]

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