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A TROUBLED
RELATIONSHIP: THE ICTY
AND POST-CONFLICT
RECONCILIATION

Nena Tromp

It will be argued in this article that the relationship between Retributive Justice as delivered by the ICTY and its impact on...
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SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON
THE PROMOTION OF
TRUTH, JUSTICE,
REPARATION AND
GUARANTEES OF
NON-RECURRENCE

Human Rights Council, Eighteenth session

26 September 2011

The Human Rights...
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Dealing with the Past in the Balkans

HIJACKED JUSTICE

by Jelena Subotic

September 2009

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What is the appropriate political response to mass atrocity? In HIJACKED JUSTICE, Jelena Subotic traces the design, implementation, and
political outcomes of institutions established to deal with the legacies of violence in the aftermath of the Yugoslav wars. She
finds that...   More >>>

 

HEAD OF SERBIA'S HELSINKI COMMITTEE SAYS SERBIA STILL 'RELATIVIZES' ITS CRIMES AND HAS FAILED TO TELL YOUNG PEOPLE THE
TRUTH OF WHAT HAPPENED IN THE
NINETIES

Q How is Serbia working on the process of facing the past?
A: It has not even been possible to start the process, despite the fact that many groups and individuals have worked on it... through conferences, panels, printing...
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Interview with Geoffrey NICE, Lawyer:

KARADZIC TRIAL WILL PROVE BELGRADE'S RESPONSIBILITY

Edina Becirevic

"Dani", 30 October 2009

Sir Geoffrey NICE is a barrister from London. He studied law at Oxford. He is a member of England and Wales Bar Council where
he serves as a vice-
president for education and ethics. He worked at the Tribunal in The Hague on two occasions: between 1998 and 2000 as a prosecutor in cases Goran Jelisic and Kordic/Cerkez, and between 2001 and...
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SAND┼ŻAK: CONSEQUENCES OF REPRESSIVE STATE
POLICY

Panel Discussion

Belgrade,
2 November 2007

Sonja Biserko

We think that it is very important to discuss the situation in Sandzak at this moment

of time, for Sandzak seems one of the potentially most vulnerable...   More >>>

 

CRIME AND PUNISHMENT: PROCESS OF FACING THE PAST IN SERBIA AND POSSIBILITIES FOR REGIONAL
NORMALIZATION

Sonja Biserko and
Edina Becirevic

Dani, No 642, 9. October 2009

The last chance for making Serbia face the truth though international legal mechanism was missed
on September 27, 2007 when the International
Court of Justice ruled that Serbia was responsible
just for "failing of prevent" the Srebrenica genocide. The ruling was interpreted to the public in Serbia as a proof that Serbia had not...
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Facing the Past

HYPNOTIZED STATE

By Bojan al Pinto-Brkic

01/17/2006, Source: Helsinki
Charter No 89-90

Theologians are keeping something from us. There
is an irrational trait to state power that could hardly fit into the teaching that all power is from God (agnostics would say that
all power is irrational). And to prove it, you don't even have to leave your armchair. In mid-December all media carried the news that following the report of the ICTY chief prosecutor Carla del Ponte to the UN Security Council, including her
negative...   More >>>

 

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