International Crime Tribunal For The Former Yugoslawia And Coming To Terms With The Past In The Affected Countries

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The break-up of Yugoslavia was characterised by bloody wars, which turned the former brother nations into bitter enemies. This is still affecting the democratic development in the majority of the Yugoslav successor states and the relationships between them. Twenty years after the ICTY was set up, the Tribunal is still playing an important role for the democratic development of the societies that have emerged from the former Yugoslavia and for shaping the relationships between them.

Authors

Henri Bohnet, Anja Czymmeck, Dr. Michael A. Lange, Sabina Wölkner

Publication series

International Reports

published

Berlin, April 19, 2013