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International Action Center New York, 2006.
20 cm, 120 str.
meki povez, ćirilica
It promised to be 'the trial of the century.' But as soon as the defendant began to expose U.S. and NATO's war crimes in the breakup and bombing of Yugoslavia the media coverage of The Hague Tribunal went silent. Read this book and understand why. \ 'This book is a vital antidote to the demonizing calumny heaped on the defenders of Yugoslavia. Many misled people would benefit greatly if they gave some respectful attention to the side that tried to avoid war and save a multi-ethnic social democracy.'—Michael Parenti, author \ 'The US/NATO court trying Slobodan Milosevic was always totally illegitimate. It could never be taken seriously as a court of justice. Milosevic's defense is powerful, convincing, persuasive and impossible to dismiss.'—Harold Pinter, author, playwright and winner of 2005 Nobel Prize in Literature