The Witnesses: War Crimes and the Promise of Justice in The Hague
In recent years, the world community has demonstrated a renewed commitment to the pursuit of international criminal justice. In 1993, the United Nations established two ad hoc international tribunals to try those responsible for genocide and crimes against humanity in the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda. Ten years later, the International Criminal Court began its operations and is developing prosecutions in its first two cases (Congo and Uganda). Meanwhile, national and hybrid war crimes tribunals have been established in Sierra Leone, Kosovo, Serbia and Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, East Timor, Indonesia, Iraq, and Cambodia.
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The Pursuit of Justice
Chapter 2 Witnesses in the System
Chapter 3 The Tribunal
Chapter 4 Crimes and Consequences
Chapter 5 Bearing Witness
Chapter 6 Returning Home
Chapter 7 Justice and Reconciliation
Chapter 8 Conclusion