In 1993, Madeline Albright personally called upon David Scheffer* to institute a war crimes tribunal against the former Yugoslavia. Subsequent to those trials, he went on to advise President Clinton on other war crime issues, and eventually helped to organize cases against criminals in Sierra Leone, Rwanda, the Balkans, and Cambodia. This book presents a view of some of the greatest injustices of the 20th century from the eyes of the man who led the efforts to bring justice to those accountable. Hardcover, 568 Pages. (C)2011 Princeton University Press; a book in the Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity Series.
*Editors' note: Dr. Miller is a professor at Northwestern University