1. There are a couple of big porelbms with the article. In the first place, Tomas Valasek tries to paint the Kostunica government cooperation with the International War Crimes Tribunal (ICTY) in the Hague as a failure, but the facts don’t support his conclusion. As per usual, the blame is being placed on “security forces” and secret service suposily allowed to protect the most wanted criminals. Quote” All along, security forces loyal to the Milosevic regime were allowed to protect the most wanted criminals, like Karadzic and General Ratko Mladic, the wartime commander of the Bosnian Serb military.” and “Right after forming a government, Tadic removed the head of secret service, who had helped protect indicted war criminals.”That’s not to say it’s not happening. After all, the story sounds like one that is plausible to many people. It just would have been nice to have seen a little more concrete evidence, rather than offhand conjecture reported as fact.Karl HaudbourgSerbia’s Ambassadot to the world

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