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Radovan Karadžić

(b. 1945)


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Karadžić, Radovan (1945)

Karadžić, Radovan (1945– )

Karadžić, Radovan (1945–)

Karadzic, Radovan (b. 19 June 1945)

Karadžić, Radovan (19 June 1945)

Prosecutor v Karadžić (Radovan), Decision on Radovan Karadžić’s Motions Challenging Jurisdiction (Omission Liability, Jce-iii—Special Intent Crimes, Superior Responsibility), Case no IT-95-5/18-AR72 1, ICL 748 (ICTY 2009), IT-95-5/18-AR72 2, IT-95-5/18-AR72 3, 25th June 2009, Appeals Chamber (ICTY)

Prosecutor v Karadžić (Radovan), Decision on six preliminary motions challenging jurisdiction, Case no IT-95-5/18-PT, ICL 747 (ICTY 2009), 28th April 2009, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]

Prosecutor v Karadžić (Radovan), Decision on appeal of Trial Chamber's decision on preliminary motion to dismiss count 11 of the indictment, Case no IT-95-5/18-AR72.5, ICL 762 (ICTY 2009), 9th July 2009, United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]; Appeals Chamber [ICTY]

Prosecutor v Karadžić (Radovan), Decision on Accused's second motion for inspection and disclosure: immunity issue, Case no IT-95-5/18-PT, ICL 743 (ICTY 2008), 17th December 2008, United Nations Security Council [UNSC]; International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]; Trial Chamber III [ICTY]

Prosecutor v Mladić (Ratko), Decision in the matter of a formal request for deferral to the competence of the tribunal addressed to the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina in respect of Radovan Karadžić, Ratko Mladic and Mico Stanisic., Case no ICTY-95-5-D, ICL 755 (ICTY 1995), 16th May 1995, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia [ICTY]

 

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(1945– )

Serbian political leader. He practised psychiatry in Sarajevo until 1990, when he helped found the Serbian Democratic Party. In 1992, when the Bosnian Serbs declared an independent state, the Republika Srpska, within Bosnia and Herzegovina, Karadžić became its President. With the support of Serbian President Slobodan Milošević, he instituted a ruthless campaign (1992–95) to drive non-Serb Bosnians from the republic. In 1995, when Milošević withdrew support, Karadžić reluctantly signed the US-brokered Dayton peace accord. Twice that year he was indicted by the UN for war crimes, including ‘ethnic cleansing’. He resigned as President of both the Republika Srpska and the Serbian Democratic Party in 1996 and went into hiding, successfully managing to evade arrest for his alleged crimes.

Subjects: Contemporary History (Post 1945) — World History.


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