Reconciliation through a Judicial Lens

I came [before the ICTY] for two reasons: To confront these charges and to spare my people, for it was clear that they would pay the price of any refusal to come…. I have now come to the belief and accept the fact that many thousands of innocent people were the victims of an organized, … Read more

National Minorities in International Law

In international law there are a wide variety of legal beings. At one end of the spectrum is the individual, an increasingly important subject of international jurisprudence, and at the other is the state itself, the archtype of the international legal person. Between the two lie a number of entities, one of which is the … Read more