Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Yugoslavia

author: Radmila Nakarada, Faculty of Political Sciences, University of Belgrade
published: Jan. 6, 2010,   recorded: July 2009,   views: 3264
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In March 2001, a Yugoslav truth and reconciliation commission was formed. In 2003 after much internal wrangling and little achieved, it faded away into insignificance. How could such a commission which has proved such an influential and important tool in countries like South Africa fail so spectacularly? Dejan Ilic investigates what went wrong and analyses why the country still seems unable to confront its war crimes.

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