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Prosecuting War Crimes
Lessons and legacies of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
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'Prosecuting War Crimes not only fills a number of gaps in the existing academic literature on the Yugoslav tribunal, in particular, and international criminal law, in general, its quality and cohesiveness raise the standard of excellence that future research will be hard-pressed to reach.' -- Jeffrey S. Morton, Slavic & East European Review
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James Gow is Professor of International Peace and Security at King's College London. He is the author of several books, including War, Image and Legitimacy (2007, with Milena Michalski). Rachel Kerr is Senior Lecturer in War Studies at King's College London and the author/editor of three books. Zoran Pajic is Visiting Professor in the Department of War Studies at King's College London.
1. Introduction: Trials and Tribulations at the ICTY, James Gow and Rachel Kerr 2. The Strategic Purpose of the ICTY and International Peace and Security, Madoka Futamura and James Gow 3. Prosecuting with Pictures: Two Decades of Experience and Evolution, James Gow and Milena Michalski 4. International Law and Institutional Legacy: Prosecuting those accused of breaching the legal bounds of war, Catherine Adams 5. Historical Record and the Legacy of the ICTY, Madiha Khan 6. Lost in translation? Perceptions of the ICTY in the Former Yugoslavia, Rachel Kerr 7. Beyond The Hague: Prosecuting war crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Olga Martin-Ortega 8. The Culture of Denial in Bosanska Krajina, Haris Subasic and Nerzuk Curak 9. Judging Their Hero: Perceptions of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in Croatia, Iva Vukusic 10. Revisionism, Denial and anti-ICTY Discourse in Serbia's Public Sphere: Beyond the 'Divided Society' Debate, Jelena Obradovic-Wochnik 11. International Justice and Kosovo, Ernst Dijxhoorn 12. Reflections on the Lessons and Legacies of the ICTY: Rethinking Reconciliation in the Context of Transitional Justice, Zoran Pajic