Evaluating the ICTY and its Completion Strategy: Efforts to Achieve Accountability for War Crimes and Their Tribunals

Posted: 29 Feb 2008

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Dominic Raab

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Date Written: March 2005

Abstract

The attitude of the international community to war crimes tribunals is currently characterized by a degree of ambivalence. Whilst the principle of accountability for international crimes is increasingly ingrained in attitudes to conflict resolution, the dire state of funding for war crimes tribunals demonstrates frustration with the efficiency of such tribunals in practice. This ambivalence is epitomized by current attitudes towards the ICTY and, in particular, its Completion Strategy. The purpose of this paper is, first, to describe the development of the ICTY Completion Strategy. Second, the component parts of the ICTY Completion Strategy are described. Third, the ICTY Completion Strategy is evaluated. Finally, a number of tentative lessons and conclusions are drawn from the experience of the ICTY and its Completion Strategy.

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Suggested Citation

Raab, Dominic, Evaluating the ICTY and its Completion Strategy: Efforts to Achieve Accountability for War Crimes and Their Tribunals (March 2005). Journal of International Criminal Justice, Vol. 3, Issue 1, pp. 82-102, 2005. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=915690

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