Centuries of ethnic and religious conflicts have scarred the landscape of the Balkan Peninsula, but the latest hostilities may well have etched new lines in the landscape of war law.

At issue is sovereignty itself. What action is so heinous that it delegitimizes self-rule? What violations are so egregious that a guilty nation gives up the right to keep its leaders?

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