ICTY - Radovan Karadzic Trial
Years active: 2008-2016
Wartime Bosnian Serb president Radovan Karadžić was arrested in July 2008 after 13 years on the run and transferred to The Hague shortly afterwards. Since then, IWPR has been producing comprehensive analysis and reports on his case as part of its long standing International Justice/ICTY programme.
Karadzic Guilty of Genocide
Ex-president convicted of 10 out of the 11 charges against him.
Srebrenica: Remembrance and Denial
"Never again" does not mean much when divisions remain so deep.
Unquiet Memories at Srebrenica
Images reflect unresolved issues around an undisputed massacre.
As Trial Ends, Karadzic Demands Acquittal
Judges retire to consider evidence of nearly 600 witnesses and more than 11,500 exhibits.
Karadzic Condemned by Evidence – Prosecutors
Accused says he only found out about Srebrenica later, and claims fewer were killed there than indictment states.
Karadzic Seeks Investigation Into Hague Prosecutors
Defendant argues that prosecution broke rules regarding disclosure of evidence.
Karadzic Says He Needs 17 Hours for Closing Arguments
Defendant to summarise his case nearly five years after proceedings began at the Hague tribunal.
Karadzic Prosecution Cannot Reopen Case to Bring More Evidence
Filing related to a previously unknown grave site found in Prijedor last year.
Karadzic's Request for US "Intercepts" Probe Denied
Defendant had claimed the American embassy monitored confidential calls with lawyer.