ICTY (the trial of Slobodan Milsosevic et al.)

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Mr. Milos[u]evic, if you have nothing to hide, let the world come and see for itself right now!
News Release Issued by the International Secretariat of Amnesty International, 10 March 1998. Amnesty International announces its support for the U.S. position on Milosevic.
Milosevic Indictment: Text
BBC News Online, Thursday 27 May 1999. A summary of the indictment of President Slobodan Milosevic and four other officials on war crimes charges relating to the war in Kosovo.
Extradition of Milosevic: Triumph for U.S. imperialism
By Dave Silver, June 2001. A Communist turned nationalist politician, Slobodan Milosevic told the imperialists that they could not station their military on Yogoslav soil and build a pipeline going through the Balkans to the oil rich Caspian Sea. Washington and its allies decided that he must be neutralized or imprisoned.
NATO's Tribunal: Straight From the Horse's Mouth
By Jared Israel, [30 June 2001]. A list of articles on the Tribunal with brief descriptions. Was the Tribunal free to indict anyone without respect to rank or nationality? Was Madeline Albright the “Mother” of the Tribunal? Was the “United Nations” War Crimes Tribunal funded by the United Nations?
‘Genocide’, Milosevic and Nato
By Edward S. Herman, 28 May 2004. Liberals and much of the left have been badly bamboozled on recent Yugoslav history and the role of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. A detailed critique of Stacy Sullivan's article in FPIF.