As head of the UN Security Council commission that recommended establishing an international criminal tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, M. Cherif Bassiouni presided over the collection of reams of evidence pointing to violations of international humanitarian law. But now, as he and colleague Thomas ]. Dimitroff argue below, many of those crimes may remain unprosecuted […]

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