A curious balancing act at the UN tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

The conviction of Radovan Karadzic is an opportunity for Canada to reaffirm its commitment to preventing such atrocities from happening again.

UNICTY Photo
Radovan Karadzic at his trial judgment on March 24.
Srdja Pavlovic
Published: Sunday, 04/10/2016 8:30 pm EDT
Last Updated: Tuesday, 04/12/2016 10:05 pm EDT

The conclusion of the trials in The Hague against the first president of the Republika Srpska para-state, Radovan Karadzic, and the former president of the Serbian Radical Party, Vojislav Seselj, has further sharpened the disagreements over the nature of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY).

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