15 April 2002The adoption of a law on cooperation with the Hague tribunal is a step forward for Yugoslavia, but it could have come sooner. The Yugoslav parliament’s adoption of controversial legislation on cooperation with the Hague-based UN war crimes tribunal has paved the way to solving the most acrimonious dispute in the country’s politics […]

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