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Public Opinion Survey in Serbia Sheds Light on ICTY Legacy

In anticipation of the closing of the ICTY, there has been plenty of discussion, including at EJIL: Talk! (see here), on the court’s impact in the former…

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The Possibility of Disclosing Findings After a Detainee Dies in International Criminal Proceedings

International criminal courts and tribunals have no jurisdiction over the dead. Such courts make factual findings that have reputational implications for those who have died, but the dead…

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Post-Truth and International Criminal Tribunals

With all the daily going-ons of our new era of resurgent populist nationalism, it's no wonder that concepts such as 'post-truth' and 'alternative facts' are so very…

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Understanding the ICTY’s Impact in the Former Yugoslavia

As a follow-up to the ICTY extravaganza we’ve had on the blog in the past few weeks, I wanted to post about two companion articles I recently put…

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The Sorry Acquittal of Vojislav Seselj

Last week a Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia acquitted Vojislav Seselj, an ultra-nationalist Serb politician, for crimes committed in Croatia, Bosnia and…

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Karadzic’s Genocidal Intent as the “Only Reasonable Inference”?

As a follow-up to Marko Milanovic’s excellent post, I have some further comments on the recent Karadzic judgment, especially on the Trial Chamber’s bifurcated approach to…

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