· July, 2012

Stories about Serbia from July, 2012

Serbia: “The ‘Accidental’ Belgrade Pride”

  2 July 2012

Amila Bosnae interviews Boban Stojanović, one of the organizers of the “accidental” gay pride parade in Belgrade – which went without incidents: “There were just over 50 of us. You see, this wasn’t a real Pride, but a small street action. We’re happy with it because as activists, we always...

The Balkans: “The ICTY’s U-turn over genocide in Bosnia”

  2 July 2012

Marko Attila Hoare of Greater Surbiton comments on the ICTY’s decision to acquit Radovan Karadzic of one count of genocide in Bosnia, noting that “[t]he contradiction between the Trial Chamber’s rulings over Milosevic in 2004 and Karadzic in 2012 indicates that it is not operating on the basis of consistent...

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