Chicago series in law and society. University Press Scholarship Online.
'Justice in the Balkans' is a powerful firsthand look at the inner workings of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia as it has moved from an experimental organization initially viewed as irrelevant to the first truly effective international court since Nuremberg. Creating an institution that transcends national borders is a challenge fraught with political and organizational difficulties, yet, as Hagan describes here, the Hague tribunal has increasingly met these difficulties head-on and overcome them.
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