Legal Encyclopedia on the Yugoslav Crisis Volume 7e

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Characterized by a series of etnic conflicts among the peoples of the former Yugoslavia, the Yugoslav Wars were, fought throughout the former Yugoslavia between 1991 and 1995. The wars ended in various stages; mostly resulted in full international recognition of new sovereign territories, but with massive economic disruption to the successor states. Often described as Europe`s deadliest conflicts since World War II, the conflicts have become infamous for the war crimes involved, including mass ethnic cleansing. The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) was established by the UN to prosecute these crimes.This encyclopedia provides the reader with a complete overview of the documents of the United Nations in the former Yugoslavia war. It represents all the materials of the Yugoslavia war in an extensive collection. This encyclopedia contains the most important treaties and instruments of the Yugoslavia war from 1991 to the present. Our goal is to present of all the general materials reflecting the responses of the International community, acting through the United Nations, to all the aspects of the crisis. The documents include Security Council resolutions, Presidential Statements and Letters. This encyclopedia is relevant for scholars and students of international law; judges, and arbitrators involved in international case; government legal advisors.
Title Legal Encyclopedia on the Yugoslav Crisis Volume 7e
Subtitle Bosnia Part 5 The Srebrenica Report Dutchbat Part 5
Editor(s) W. van der Wolf & C. Hoitink
Language English
Publication date 2018
Pages 404
Edition Paperback
NUR code 820
NUR description General Law