While his image takes a battering abroad, Hashim Thaci’s the virulence of the accusations may have strengthened his reputation at home.
Belgrade claims the world will see Kosovo very differently, following the Marty report. That will remain Serbia’s wishful thinking if Kosovo can start to see beyond its current leadership.
The former ICTY prosecutor says the International Criminal Court or a special tribunal should investigate allegations of murder and organ trafficking by Kosovo politicians.
Swiss senator has won plaudits in many countries for championing human rights and taking on the CIA over renditions – but among Albanians he is best known for opposing Kosovo’s independence.
In light of the Council of Europe report on KLA crimes in Albania, Tirana must stop ducking responsibility for such abuses and start investigating crimes, whoever committed them.
A damning report obtained by Balkan Insight names the Kosovo premier as the boss of a crime gang that sold body parts, carried out assassinations and dealt drugs.
War crimes prosecutor's claim that Belgrade fumbled key chance to arrest former Bosnian Serb commander, wanted for genocide, puts secret services under spotlight.
The team assembled to track down Serbia’s two most wanted fugitives, Ratko Mladic and Goran Hadzic, have little to show for their efforts – and the Hague tribunal is losing patience.
Serbian president’s statesmanlike apology, in a town that symbolises Croatia’s wartime suffering, has opened a new chapter in relations between these two distrustful neighbours.
The village of Zecovi, situated near the town of Prijedor, is reachable by unpaved road. Meadows dotted with white flocks of sheep and the occasional sound of hammering in the homes of returnees give hope that there is still life in this small hamlet.
Senior judge Trendafil Ivanovski has been declared a former informant for the Yugoslav secret services – a ruling that will likely end his career. He says he’s being set up by the government and vows to fight the allegations.
The documents of the ICTY constitute a precious resource for the world. But questions remain about where this mammoth library will be located and who will get to use it.
Courts cannot make up for people’s personal tragedies, but the ICTY has had a bigger impact on the democratisation process in post-war Bosnia than many people appreciate, a new book argues.
Belgrade’s war crimes prosecution must now answer claims that it allowed itself to be used as an instrument of Serbian foreign policy.
Those responsible for the killings of more than 7,000 men at Srebrenica have so far been sentenced to a total of 476 years in prison, including two life sentences.
Key dates and events in transitional justice in Serbia.
Key dates and events in the Bosnia war.