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International Justice in Rwanda and the Balkans
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  • Page extent: 296 pages
  • Size: 234 x 156 mm
  • Weight: 0.61 kg

Library of Congress

  • Dewey number: 341.6/9
  • Dewey version: 22
  • LC Classification: K5001 .P48 2008
  • LC Subject headings:
    • Criminal justice, Administration of--International cooperation
    • International criminal courts
    • Milosp-sŒevicp-s, Slobodan,--1941-2006
    • Serbia--Politics and government
    • Tup4s‘man, Franjo

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Contents




  Maps and Timelines page ix
  Acknowledgments xi
  Permissions xv
  Note on Pronunciation xvii
 
  PART I INTRODUCTION
     1 International War Crimes Tribunals and the Politics of State Cooperation 3
 
  PART II the balkans: strategies of non-compliance and instruments of pressure
     2 Slobodan Milošević and the Politics of State Cooperation 29
     3 International Justice and Serbia’s Troubled Democratic Transition 61
     4 Franjo Tuman and the Politics of International Justice 92
     5 The Politics of State Cooperation in Croatia’s Democratic Era 119
 
  PART III RWANDA: VIRTUAL TRIALS, INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE, AND THE POLITICS OF SHAME
     6 The Struggle to Create the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda 151
      7“Trials of Cooperation” and the Battles for Karamira and Barayagwiza 170
     8 Investigating Rwandan Patriotic Front Atrocities and the Politics of Bearing Witness 186
     9 Victor’s Justice Revisited: The Prosecutor v. Kagame 207
 
  PART IV CONCLUSION
     10 The Present and Future of International Criminal Justice 235
      /td>
     Bibliography 259
     Index 263




Maps and Timelines




Maps

The Former Yugoslavia, 2007 page xviii
Rwanda, 2007 xx

Timelines


Key events in the Former Yugoslavia and at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia xix
Key events in Rwanda and at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda xxi
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