bosnian-serb-fighters-mercenary-path-to-syria-04-22-2016 22 Apr 16 Serb Fighters’ Mercenary Path from Ukraine to Syria

Serb paramilitary veterans of the Bosnian war are reported to have been part of mercenary units aiding Russian troops in Syria, after also being paid to do battle for pro-Moscow rebels in Ukraine.

serbian-ministries-block-public-access-to-war-files-04-07-2016 08 Apr 16 Serbian Ministries Block Public Access to War Files

The Serbian army and police are systematically obstructing public access to information that could expose their officers’ involvement in wrongdoing during the 1990s wars, according to journalists and researchers.

how-seselj-s-verdict-got-history-terribly-wrong-04-01-2016 01 Apr 16 How Seselj’s Verdict Got History Terribly Wrong

In acquitting Vojislav Seselj of all charges, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia applied flawed logic, a bad understanding of history, and a stunning lack of decency and common sense.

seselj-s-acquittal-a-gift-for-serbian-right-wingers--03-31-2016 31 Mar 16 Seselj’s Acquittal: A Gift for Serbian Right-Wingers?

The acquittal of Vojislav Seselj was celebrated by his hardline supporters but it could also boost support for right-wing nationalist parties at the upcoming parliamentary elections, analysts suggested.

safeguarding-the-yugoslavia-tribunal-s-unique-war-archives-03-29-2016 30 Mar 16 Safeguarding the Hague Tribunal’s Unique War Archives

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia has amassed an archive of over 10 million documents and other vital evidence which must be preserved as a permanent record of the war years.

the-scandal-packed-spectacle-of-vojislav-seselj-s-trial-03-29-2016 30 Mar 16 The Scandal-Packed Spectacle of Vojislav Seselj’s Trial

Vojislav Seselj’s war crimes trial saw a series of scandals and disruptions, with the Serbian Radical Party leader repeatedly mocking the UN court and refusing to return for the verdict on Thursday.

vojislav-seselj-faded-cheerleader-for-a-greater-serbia--03-28-2016 29 Mar 16 Vojislav Seselj: Faded Cheerleader for a ‘Greater Serbia’

The Serbian Radical Party leader, whose war crimes verdict is delivered this week, is still defiantly promoting his nationalist cause despite dwindling public support for his hardline rhetoric.

karadzic-in-hiding-manhunt-for-europe-s-most-wanted-03-17-2016 17 Mar 16 Karadzic in Hiding: Manhunt for Europe’s Most Wanted

Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic evaded capture for over a decade because international forces and the Serbian authorities were unwilling and then unable to arrest him, says British author Julian Borger.

hashim-thaci-kosovo-has-nothing-to-hide-03-16-2016 16 Mar 16 Hashim Thaci: Kosovo Has Nothing to Hide

President-elect Hashim Thaci offered an optimistic view of Kosovo’s future during a speech in The Hague, despite impending prosecutions of former KLA guerrillas at the new ‘special court’ in the city.

slain-serbian-pm-s-admirers-mourn-his-fading-influence-03-11-2016 11 Mar 16 Slain Serbian PM’s Admirers Mourn His Fading Influence

Thirteen years after the assassination of Serbian Prime Minister Zoran Djindjic, the admirers who preserve his memory fear that his progressive influence on society is waning.

vojislav-seselj-using-un-court-for-pr-in-serbia-02-28-2016 29 Feb 16 Vojislav Seselj ‘Using UN Court’ for PR in Serbia

The dispute between Belgrade and the UN war crimes court over Serbian Radical Party leader Seselj will only win the nationalist politician more support in Serbia’s upcoming elections, experts argue.

kosovo-guerrillas-await-yugoslav-army-ambush-verdict-02-16-2016 16 Feb 16 Kosovo Ex-Guerrillas Await Yugoslav Army Ambush Verdict

A Serbian court delivers its verdict this week in the case of eight former Kosovo Liberation Army fighters accused of terrorism for allegedly ambushing and killing Yugoslav Army troops in 1998.

seeking-freedom-from-croatian-serb-rebel-convictions-02-15-2016 15 Feb 16 Croatian Serb Statelet’s Wartime Verdicts Challenged

Lawyer Milan Jovanovic has been striving to free Croatian Serbs jailed by the short-lived wartime Republic of Serbian Krajina who are still behind bars long after it ceased to exist.

deaths-spotlight-hague-tribunal-s-ageing-defendants-02-10-2016 10 Feb 16 Deaths Spotlight Hague Tribunal’s Ageing Defendants

The death in custody of Bosnian Serb war criminal Zdravko Tolimir means that 12 defendants at the UN war crimes court in The Hague have now died while on trial or waiting to serve their sentences.

belgrade-zagreb-tvs-restore-broken-links-02-01-2016 02 Feb 16 Belgrade, Zagreb TV Stations Restore Broken Links

Serbia’s RTS and Croatia’s HRT public broadcasters, both accused of warmongering propaganda during the 1990s, are now making a new series together, reviving their Yugoslav-era links.

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