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The Bosnian Serb leader’s conviction may prove a high-water mark
Case involves worst atrocity in Europe since second world war
Life term for commander’s role in the massacre of 8,000 Muslims in Srebrenica upheld
Ex-army chief argues testimony could prejudice own case and dismisses tribunal as a ‘satanic court’
Visegrad, site of one of the worst atrocities of the Bosnian war, is still in denial about the past
Courtrooms make for vivid theatre. Simon Stephens’ inventive new play puts fictional despot King Ubu on trial
The new year brings hope to scatter the shadows of 2011
A dystopian fantasy about a demagogue who decides to return home after 10 years of exile on a desert island
As Croatia and Serbia overcome obstacles to joining the EU, their progress offers hope to fellow ex-Yugoslavian states that covet membership
EU governments should award Serbia candidate status
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