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The strange story of the Bosnian genocide case

Dimitrijević, V. and Milanović, M. (2008) The strange story of the Bosnian genocide case. Leiden Journal of International Law, 21 (1). pp. 65-94. ISSN 1478-9698

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1017/S0922156507004736


The article explores the political context of the Bosnian Genocide case recently decided by the International Court of Justice. It strives to show that an appreciation of the larger disputes within Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia is necessary for understanding the Court's judgment properly, particularly when it comes to the litigation strategies of the two parties which shaped the final outcome of the case, and, above all, for understanding how the judgment was perceived by the general public of the former Yugoslavia.

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Publisher:Cambridge University Press

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