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John Laughland on the arrest of Goran Hadzic

Date de publication: 20.07.2011



John Laughland commented on the arrest of the former president of the Serb Republic of Krajina (the ephemeral Serb controlled territory in Croatia) that it would not necessarily hasten Serbia's accession to the EU which in any case always takes many years to complete.  A long-standing critic of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Laughland said that Serbia would not improve its image by handing over these indictees but that instead their future convictions, which seem inevitable, will only entrench the ICTY's narrative about the break-up of Yugoslavia, according to which the Balkan wars were the result of Serbian aggression.

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