Coming to Terms with Its Past- Serbia’s New Court for the Prosecution of War Crimes

Mark S Ellis


Volume: 165 Issue: 2
Berkeley Journal of International Law


This article provides an in depth review of the process followed in creating Serbia's law on domestic war crime trials. It compares and contrasts the Draft Law with the Final Law, and identifies areas that remain a concern for undertaking domestic war crimes trials in Serbia

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