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Global Justice

Stripped of the power to intimidate, reduced to speaking in turn, the fallen tyrant met his accusers for a second time last week. He didn't bother to wear a...

Viewpoint: The Legacy of Milosevic

Slobodan Milosevic was not the only culprit in the bloody breakdown of multi-ethnic Yugoslavia, but he can be assigned the bulk of responsibility. He had a...

Thwarted Justice

Upon hearing of Slobodan Milosevic's death, Serbian President Boris Tadic could not find any family members in Milosevic's native Serbia to accept his...

A Spring in Belgrade

When Slobodan Milosevic was dispatched to the Hague almost five years ago to be tried for war crimes, I believed, like most Serbs, that he would never be back. I...

Justice Denied

The guard at the U.N. detention unit at Scheveningen, a seaside suburb of the Hague, was making his usual morning rounds last Saturday when, at around 9 a.m., he...

Who'll Judge Milosevic?

The war-crimes trial of former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic in the Hague has already lasted two years. Now, with the announcement that presiding judge...

Like a Freak Show

Tuesday, May 28, 2002Much surprise and some suspense accompanied the appearance last week of the first Serbian witness in the trial against former Yugoslav...

Definitely Not With A Whimper

The last day before recess had the makings of high courtroom drama. In the stand for the third day was Rade Markovic, Slobodan Milosevic's former head of state...

Milosevic Confronts His Angry Accusers

After denouncing "this false court," Milosevic, who is defending himself, is now fully engaged in his trial It's a long way--a lot further than can be measured...

Slobo's View

Thursday, Oct. 3, 2002 Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic wrapped up his opening statement at his trial in The Hague by blaming French spies and...

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