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1. Human Rights Watch’s various reports on the respective trials. See www.hrw.org.
2. President George H. W. Bush, ‘Toward a New World Order’, speech to Congress, 11 September 1990.
3. ‘L’ère de « la contrainte des états» s’est ouverte, estime Louise Arbour’, Le Monde, 6 August 1999, 4.
4. Geoffrey Robertson, Crimes against Humanity: The Struggle for Global Justice (London: Penguin, 1999; 2nd edn, 2000), xviii.
5. Robertson, Crimes against Humanity, 338.
6. Trials of War Criminals before the Nuremberg Military Tribunal under Control Council Law no. 10, vol. III, ‘The Justice Case’ (Washington, DC, 1951), 969–70. See ch. 3, ‘Inverting Nuremberg’, in John Laughland, Travesty: the Trial of Slobodan Milošević and the Corruption of International Justice (London: Pluto Press, 2007).
7. On this, see Kjetil Tronvoll et al. (eds), The Ethiopian Red Terror Trials: Transitional Justice Challenged (Oxford: James Curry Publishers, forthcoming).
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