Although the UN Human Rights Commission’s special rapporteur on the former Yugoslavia, Tadeusz Mazowiecki, was hindered in his work by a lack of support from the UN and others, his mission did help uncover some of Europe’s most serious war crimes since World War II. Following his resignation, human rights remain a crucial issue for […]

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