David Rohde

Gutting international justice

By David Rohde
July 12, 2013

Over the last eight months, a series of surprise rulings at the international war crimes tribunal for the former Yugoslavia has sparked extraordinary controversy in the staid world of international law.

At the site of a European massacre, fears of genocide by ballot

By David Rohde
April 20, 2012

SREBRENICA, BOSNIA — Six months from now, a municipal election will be held in this isolated mining town, the scene of the largest massacre in Europe since World War Two.