Description - Justice in a Time of War by Pierre Hazan
Ultimately, this hastened the end of Milosevic's rule and led the way to history's first war crimes trial of a former president by an international tribunal. Hazan's account of the Tribunal's formation and evolution questions the contradictory policies of the Western powers and illuminates a cautionary tale for the reader: realizing ideals in a world enamored of realpolitik is a difficult and often haphazard activity.
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Author Biography - Pierre Hazan
Pierre Hazan is a journalist with Liberation in Paris and Le Temps in Geneva, Switzerland. The author of three books, he has studied at the Center for Strategic Studies at Aberdeen University and the Post-Graduate Institute for International Studies in Geneva. James Thomas Snyder, who translated the book, is a journalist and former U.S. Congressional aide.