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Balkans intervention 'an ethical obligation'

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The 1995 Srebenica massacre has been described as the worst single atrocity in Europe since the World War II. General Ratko Mladic is said to have ordered the killings of 7,500 Bosnian Muslim men and boys and this will be one of the main charges laid against him if, when, he is extradited to the Hague. Former foreign sSecretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind and the LSE's Professor Mary Kaldor discuss the long-term effect of the type of outside intervention seen in the Balkans.


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