Reply to Kees van der Pijl on Yugoslavia, 2002

Martin Shaw Political economy and political reaction: a reply to Kees van der Pijl This paper was submitted to the Review of International Political Economy, but declined for publication In 'From Gorbachev to Kosovo: Atlantic rivalries and the re-incorporation of Eastern Europe' (Review of International Political Economy 8:2, 2001, 275-310), my colleague Kees van der… Continue reading Reply to Kees van der Pijl on Yugoslavia, 2002

Denying the Bosnian genocide: the ICJ judgement

Letter to The Guardian, published in a slightly edited version, 28 February 2007The International Court of Justice judgement on Serbia's role in Bosnia is narrow, conservative and ultimately perverse. Sticking to the findings of the International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia, the Court rules that only the Srebrenica massacre was genocide. Thus the judges isolated… Continue reading Denying the Bosnian genocide: the ICJ judgement