The Strange Case of Florence Hartmann

A tribunal in the Hague for the prosecution of war crimes in the former Yugoslavia is threatening to convict a former French journalist for accurately describing two of its boggled judicial decisions.  This is not the best way to advance the cause of international justice.

Appeared in: Volume 4, Number 6 | Published on: July 1, 2009
Ruth Wedgwood teaches international law at Johns Hopkins University, and is a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution. She served as a federal prosecutor in the Southern District of New York, and designed the redaction procedures that became the Classified Information Procedures Act.
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