Rough Justice?

By Paul Cunningham, Europe Correspondent The UN court based in The Netherlands, which was established by the Security Council to consider war crimes perpetrated during the collapse of the former Yugoslavia, is facing into its most difficult year since its establishment back in 1993. The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia has successfully arraigned all 161 people it was charged with judging. Yet its independence is being called into question by three separate rulings it has delivered at the …