Questioning the UN's Immunity in the Dutch Courts: Unresolved Issues in the Mothers of Srebrenica Litigation
Washington University Global Studies Law Review
The Article discusses the court case Mothers of Srebrenica v. the Netherlands & the United Nations regarding the mandate of the United Nations on the prevention of the 1995 attacks against the Muslims of Bosnia at Srebrenica and the failure of the Dutch troops to act upon the situation. The decision of the International Court of Justice and former Yugoslavia's International Criminal Tribunal regarding the case is also presented.
Benjamin E. Brockman-Hawe,
Questioning the UN's Immunity in the Dutch Courts: Unresolved Issues in the Mothers of Srebrenica Litigation,
Wash. U. Global Stud. L. Rev.