War, Genocide and Atrocity in Yugoslavia: The ICTY and the Growth of International Law

@inproceedings{Gallant2012WarGA,
  title={War, Genocide and Atrocity in Yugoslavia: The ICTY and the Growth of International Law},
  author={Mary J. Gallant},
  year={2012}
}
  • Mary J. Gallant
  • Published 2012
  • Political Science
  • This chapter will examine the conflagration in Yugoslavia during the 1990s and the role of international law in the recovery of community there in the past decade. Since remembrance of the past (Durkheim, 2008; 1992) reconfigures and heightens the meaning of what happens in the present, different traditions and histories in each of the six republics in the Yugoslav Federation produced a variety of unattended ruptures, threats and problems from WWII to the present. We gain new insight into the… CONTINUE READING

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