The prosecution of Slobodan Milošević at the ICTY in The Hague foregrounded the role of the live courtroom encounter in the forging of narratives of history, truth, and justice. In the case of Milošević and other defendants, the attempt to uncover events that might unambiguously indicate involvement in a criminal enterprise was, and is, picking through a “postmodern” minefield of indeterminacy and doubt.

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