Editors’ Journal

The ICTY’s Legacy of Ethnic Discrimination

The ICTY’s Legacy of Ethnic Discrimination

November 30, 2017

As the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) comes to an end, it is important to understand its record of systematic discrimination against Serbs, which has undermined reconciliation... Read More »

Republika Srpska’s Constitutional Role With Respect to Treaties

Republika Srpska’s Constitutional Role With Respect to Treaties

October 19, 2017

The RS National Assembly on Wednesday approved a resolution proclaiming military neutrality “in relation to the existing military alliances until a possible referendum to make a final decision on the... Read More »

The BiH Prosecutor’s Office’s Continued Campaign to Undermine Republika Srpska

The BiH Prosecutor’s Office’s Continued Campaign to Undermine Republika Srpska

July 19, 2017

The BiH Prosecutor’s Office’s decision to charge four members of the RS Referendum Commission for allegedly failing to enforce a decision of the Constitutional Court is an egregious political act... Read More »

RS Views U.S. Sanctions Against Dodik as Unwarranted and Contrary to International Law

RS Views U.S. Sanctions Against Dodik as Unwarranted and Contrary to International Law

January 20, 2017

In the last week of the Obama administration, the outgoing administration on Tuesday imposed sanctions on RS President Milorad Dodik claiming that he had defied the BiH Constitutional Court and... Read More »

OSCE Report Details BiH Prosecutor’s Mismanagement of War Crimes

OSCE Report Details BiH Prosecutor’s Mismanagement of War Crimes

July 25, 2016

The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe’s (OSCE) recent analysis of the prosecution of war crimes in BiH reinforces Republika Srpska’s longtime concerns about the nontransparent, political, and biased... Read More »