This Note will address the plight of Serbian conscientious objectors who fled Serbia in the aftermath of NATO's involvement in Kosovo. Part I discusses refugee definitions and mechanisms for managing the refugee crises. Part I also examines the Balkan conflict, focusing on the NATO bombings, the exodus of refugees from the region and the subgroup of Serbian draft evaders to Hungary. Part II compares two legal methods for managing refugee crises. Part III argues for a hybrid solution, combining the individualized and collectivized approaches, to handle Serbian conscientious objector refugees.
The Aftermath of the NATO Bombing: Approaches for Addressing the Problem of Serbian Conscientious Objectors,
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