11 February 2002 By seeking to portray Milosevic as a mastermind, The Hague tribunal is doing the ousted president a favor. It should instead work to prove his individual crimes. For many years after the UN’s International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia was set up in 1993, critics complained–to paraphrase a Serbian saying–that it […]

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