Suffolk University War Crime Tribunals ICTY Documentaries Discussion

Suffolk University War Crime Tribunals ICTY Documentaries Discussion

Based on the readings, our class discussions, and the documentaries we watched: what can War Crime Tribunals accomplish? What are their most serious limitations? In other words, how would you assess the strengths and weaknesses of these bodies as instruments for doing justice after war? Use at least 4 quotes from the Bass text (the chapters on Nuremberg and the ICTY) in your answer. Papers can’t exceed one page.

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