UN Chief War Crimes
Tuesday, October 25
John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum
Kennedy School of Government
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA
by Harvard Law School's Human Rights Program, Harvard's
Center for European Studies, and the Kokkalis Program
on Southeastern and East-Central Europe
Since September 1999, the Chief Prosecutor
for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former
Yugoslavia has been the Swiss lawyer Carla Del Ponte.
Since taking her job at The Hague, a catalogue of international
convictions has secured Del Ponte's reputation as a
relentless pursuer of justice. But when she arrived,
she put a poster of what she calls "The Big Three"
behind her desk. The faces were those of Milosevic,
Karadzic and Mladic, and she will not rest until all
three are convicted.
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Dayton Peace Accords,
10 Years On
Richard Holbrooke, David Rieff, Chuck Sudetic, and Tom
Friday, November 11, 6:30 p.m. $8
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As we struggle with the issues of nation-building,
humanitarian intervention and terrorism, what can we
learn from Bosnia's vicious war and its unsettled peace?
Richard Holbrooke, architect of Bosnia's Dayton peace
plan, and a group of distinguished writers among them
David Rieff and Chuck Sudetic will consider these issues
at a panel discussion to be moderated by Tom Gjelten,
national security correspondent for NPR and the author
of Sarajevo Daily: A City and its Newspaper Under
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