Milestone decision expected in the history of international criminal justice

Deutschlandfunk interviewed Senior Researcher Dr. Aaron Matta about the coming verdict in the Karadzic case at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. It is one of the final verdicts before the court will close its doors in 2017.

“This is one of the biggest and most important prosecution cases in Europe since Nuremberg and regards the most serious international crimes perpetrated on European soil since World War II – regarding the Srebrenica genocide.”

Dr. Aaron Matta

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