Tag Archives: Slobodan Milosevic

Letter from Serbia: The EU and the Western Balkans

In less than half a century, Serbia morphed from hero to villain. And the country remains an outcast, the stench of Milosevic still in the air.

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War Crimes: How to Get Justice?

What are the lessons to be learned from the stalemate in Kosovo?

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War Criminals: Beware the Ides of March

Do recent events in Africa indicate better odds for an effective multilateral justice system?

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Serbia and Kosovo — On the Road to Europe?

Have fear and anger between the Serbs and the Kosovo Albanians receded since the end of the war?

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Filling the Void: Trying Bosnia’s War Criminals

Will the war crimes trials from the wars of the former Yugoslavia bring the region lasting peace?

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