This article argues that the international community must learn from the genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina in order to prevent history from repeating itself. It highlights that firm action must be taken to punish the perpetrators of genocide as soon as it is discovered and urges the establishment of a permanent international criminal court. Next it exposes the weaknesses of the ICTY in its inability to apprehend those that were indicted. Finally, it recommends measures that individual nations should implement at a domestic level.
23 Fordham Int'l L.J. 357
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