All the Missing Souls: A Personal History of the War Crimes Tribunals

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All the Missing Souls: A Personal History of the War Crimes Tribunals
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction - Ambassador to Hell 1
  • Part I 13
  • Chapter One - An Echo of Nuremberg 15
  • Chapter Two - It's Genocide, Stupid 45
  • Chapter Three - Credible Justice for Rwanda 69
  • Chapter Four - Abandoned at Srebrenica 87
  • Chapter Five - The Pastor from Mugonero 108
  • Chapter Six - Unbearable Timidity 124
  • Part II 161
  • Chapter Seven - The Siren of Exceptionalism 163
  • Chapter Eight - Futile Endgame 199
  • Chapter Nine - Rome's Aftermath 227
  • Part III 249
  • Chapter Ten - Crime Scene Kosovo 251
  • Chapter Eleven - Freetown Is Burning 296
  • Chapter Twelve - The Toughest Cockfight 341
  • Part IV 407
  • Chapter Thirteen - No Turning Back 409
  • Chapter Fourteen - Postscript on Law, Crimes, and Impunity 421
  • Acknowledgments 441
  • Appendix - Comparison of Modern War Crimes Tribunals 444
  • Notes 451
  • Further Reading 501
  • List of Illustrations 511
  • Index 513
  • Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity 535
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