15 January 2001 Biljana Plavsic–who surrendered to the war-crimes Tribunal in The Hague on 10 January–was always treated differently by the West. Unlike fellow indictee Momcilo Krajisnik, she was never seen as a fugitive from international justice. And the circumstances of Plavsic’s surrender illustrated that customary special treatment. Plavsic arrived in the Netherlands on 9 […]

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