All articles by: Furtuna Sheremeti
Kosovo’s genocide resolution resolves nothing
How is an entire nation going deaf over too much noise for nothing?
Being tried without being present
Could changes to the Criminal Procedure Code allowing trials in absentia aid transitional justice?
The end of the ICTY
In its 24 years, the international tribunal has been legally groundbreaking but has divided opinion.
Reparations as a means of dealing with the past is necessary — and complex
In order to address needs, ‘reparations’ for wartime harm should first be understood.
It’s about time to seriously talk about war crimes and more
As a society, we can’t afford to continue ignoring the crimes committed during the ’90s in Kosovo.
Specialist Chambers should learn from past experiences on witness testimonies
Why Rule 155 may be about to enter our daily discourse.
Why do people stand by while others are in danger?
A look at the bystander effect and whether the law can increase interventions.
Unconstitutional rules at the Specialist Chambers
Why the rules on procedure and evidence were returned for revision.
Despite ambiguities, media should uphold professional standards when reporting on the judicial process
Balancing exclusivity vs. the need for accuracy.
Understanding Kosovo’s ‘special court’
Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office explained.
Kosovar journalists need to demand implementation of their access to information rights
In Kosovo, access to information is well guaranteed in theory — in practise it’s a different story.
Kosovo must fight to ensure institutional responsibility for the murder of Enver Hadri
The case seen through a legal lens.