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Croatia after Tudjman: the ICTY and issues of transitional justice

  title={Croatia after Tudjman: the ICTY and issues of transitional justice},
  author={Dejan Jovi{\'c}},
  • D. Jović
  • Published 22 June 2009
  • Political Science
Croatia became a member of the NATO in April 2009 and is well on the wayto becoming a full member of the European Union in the near future. The prospect of membership in these two international organisations has shaped both Croatian domestic and foreign policy over the past decade. The main obstacle to Croatia’s earlier membership of the European Union was its incomplete and insufficiently impressive record on the issues of transitional justice in general, and of its (longdelayed) co-operation… 
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27 See Human Rights Watch at: http://hrw.org/english/docs
  • 27 See Human Rights Watch at: http://hrw.org/english/docs
  • 2003
Transitional Justice in post-Yugoslav countries', Report for 2006, Documenta, 'Fond za humanitarno pravo', Istraţivačko-dokumentacioni centar
  • 25 See also Thierry Cruvvelier and Marta Valiñas: 'Croatia: Selected Developments in Transitional Justice', ICTY Occasional Paper Series
  • 2006