The Karadzic Case: Fair Trial or Show Trial?

Peter Robinson • Mar 1 2012 • Articles
Radovan Karadzic, the former President of the Bosnian Serb Republic, finds himself on trial at an international tribunal established to prosecute him. His legal defense, Peter Robinson, asks whether it is a fair trial or show trial.

The ICTY and the Challenges of Reconciliation in the Former Yugoslavia

Janine Natalya Clark • Jan 23 2012 • Articles
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has issued 161 indictments since its establishment in 1993. But has it had a positive impact on peace and reconciliation?

The Triumph of the Nation-State: Reflections on Yugoslavia Twenty Years After

Sumantra Bose • Sep 24 2011 • Articles
Twenty years ago, the country known until then as Yugoslavia plunged into war. Over the next decade, a succession of armed conflicts on the territory of the “former Yugoslavia” would recurrently make headlines. The wars spelled the end not just of a multinational state, but of any prospect of a viable multinational society at a local level.

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