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Ratko Mladic trial: a story of some legal and illegal aspects
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Ratko Mladic trial: a story of some legal and illegal aspects
August 30, 2011

The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) last Thursday (August 25th) held another court hearing on the case of Gen Ratko Mladic, following almost two months of lull since the last hearing in late June. But summer vacation is not the only thing to explain such a long pause. In fact, the events unfolded in quite an unpleasant way… The prosecution said that two separate trials were needed in view of the fact that Mladic has 'health problems'…

«Civilized» special services
June 3, 2011

It is difficult to say if the Serbian special services applied the US experience of tortures In Guantanamo to Radko Mladic or they used less sophisticated kind of tortures but there is at least one thing we can “congratulate” the executors with – they have managed to fit the community of the “civilized” Western special services…

«Civilized» special services
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From Mladic to Gadhafi: Geopolitics Overrides Legitimacy of National Leaders
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From Mladic to Gadhafi: Geopolitics Overrides Legitimacy of National Leaders
June 1, 2011

The arrest in Serbia of former Bosnian Serb army commander, legendary Gen. R. Mladic and the statement on the illegitimacy of Gadhafi’s rule in Libya issued collectively at the G8 summit in Deauville combine neatly within the same paradigm: in a unipolar world, as long as it continues to exist, leaders of the countries outside of the top league are not entitled to independent policies…

The arrest of Ratko Mladic from the perspective of international law
June 1, 2011

The arrest of former Serbian Commander Gen. R. Mladic on May 26 evokes serious questions of both moral and legal character… As for the indictment against Mladic — it is an absolutely slanderous and unprofessionally written document…

The arrest of Ratko Mladic from the perspective of international law
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Serbia: the dark side of disgraced authority…
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Serbia: the dark side of disgraced authority…
May 30, 2011

The arrest of General Mladic is a shameful page in Serbian history… Serbian patriots take to the streets in many cities, marketplaces is where the arrest of Mladic is currently being discussed and assessed, and you will never hear a word of approval of the authorities’ move! Belgrade remains packed with police… The struggle that is being waged around the General is a struggle of good and evil, of patriotism and treachery, loyalty to one’s duty and unscrupulousness, military honour and disgrace. Ratko Mladic has long since become legend…

Serbia’s ruling regime betrays Ratko Mladic
May 29, 2011

The event that occurred in Serbia  on  May 26th 2011 will  entail  dire consequences  for Serbs, the Balkans, Europe  and  the world  at large. General Ratko Mladic was arrested on that day. The global propaganda machine is making use of Mladic’s arrest  to set up a platform for subsequent anti-Russian moves…

Serbia’s ruling regime betrays Ratko Mladic
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They put others on trial, not to be tried themselves. On the arrest of General Mladic
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They put others on trial, not to be tried themselves. On the arrest of General Mladic
May 29, 2011

The recent arrest of the Chief of the General Staff of the Republika Srpska Army, General Ratko Mladic, as well as preparations for his extradition to The Hague is another in the chain of events that are part of the on-going “mopping-up of History”… Ratko Mladic was the central figure in  the  Bosnian War. He is known of far beyond the Balkans. The Daily Telegraph has put him on the list of 30 prominent modern-day military leaders, adding in a comment that the officers who held talks with him saw him as a genius at tactics. The enemy feared him, while Serbs idolized him.

In the Grey Zone: Mladic’s Diaries Sensationalized
September 19, 2010

Italy's La Repubblica presented as a sensational revelation fragments from the diaries of former Bosnian Serbs' army commander R. Mladic.The paper titled Mladic's Horrible Diaries: “We Need to Eliminate Muslims to Build a Great Serbia” said 18 notebooks with Mladic's writings had been found during a search of his family's Belgrade home and supplied to the Hague Tribunal… Del Ponte admitted in her memoirs that the Hague Tribunal functions in the grey zone between the legal and the political spheres… The article in La Republica happens to be just another example of the “grey zone”…

In the Grey Zone: Mladic’s Diaries Sensationalized
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