The biggest news in Kosovo this week — the arrest of a former Serb Cabinet minister for his involvement in the Bosnian Conflict of the early 1990s — highlights the historic layers to the Kosovo Conflict. The arrest gave new hope to the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia for the cooperation of international forces in dealing with the fallout from Kosovo and the arrest of newly indicted leaders.

Radislav Brdjanin was arrested by British troops serving in the NATO-led Stabilization Force in the Northern Bosnian city of Banja Luka. The tribunal’s indictment, kept secret until his arrest, charges Brdjanin with crimes against humanity including ethnic purges of Muslims and Croats during the Bosnian Conflict.

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