Milorad Dragicevic on the International Criminal Tribunal

Ratko Mladic, the highest commander of the Bosnian Serb Army, is on trial at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia for his crimes during the Bosnian War. Harvard Political Review writer Milorad Dragicevic provides a first hand account of the drama surrounding Mladic’s appearance in court and a look at the importance of the Tribunal. As Dragicevic writes, “the trial of Ratko Mladic should inspire one to think about his crimes not only as committed against Bosnian Muslims, but against the international community as a whole.”
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