ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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War Crimes : Issues of Morality

The circumstances governing the abrupt whisking away of Slobadan Milosevic in a NATO airplane from a prison in Belgrade to The Hague to stand trial in the International War Crimes Tribunal for Yugoslavia has opened a hornets’ nest. Clearly, in the context of a ban by the Yugoslav constitutional court and the Yugoslav president’s stand against the transfer, it seemed like an abduction with the complicity of the Serbian prime minister lured by the western blackmail of financial aid dependent on handover of Milosevic. Morality was given the goby by actors on both sides.



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