The Yugoslavia Tribunal and the Selection of Defendants
Frederiek de Vlaming
University of Amsterdam, NL
Frederiek de Vlaming is a criminologist and works as a researcher and lecturer at the Department of International Criminal Law, Faculty of Law.
After a historical overview of prosecutorial policies at Nuremberg and Tokyo tribunals, this article looks at the policy and practice of individual chief prosecutors of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia regarding the selection of defendants.
How to Cite:
de Vlaming, F., 2012. The Yugoslavia Tribunal and the Selection of Defendants. Amsterdam Law Forum, 4(2), pp.89–103. DOI: http://doi.org/10.37974/ALF.223
01 Mar 2012.