This Essay examines the specific conditions and motives that led to the establishment of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (‘Tribunal‘ or ‘ICTY‘), its features as both a legal and a political institution, and the role of the ICTY in the development of international criminal adjudication. First, this article discusses the establishment of the ICTY. Second, this article discusses the role of the ICTY as a political and legal institution. Third, this article explores the role of the ICTY in the development of international criminal adjudication. Finally, this article evaluates the results of the ICTY to date.
The Role of the ICTY in the Development of International Criminal Adjudication,
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