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As the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia was an organ of the United Nations, the power to enforce its decision ultimately resided with the Security Council, which has in theory all powers - including war.


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It's difficult to think of a formal decision by this tribunal that could directly conflict with national law. Unlike the EU Court of Justice or the International Court of Justice, the ICTY and other international criminal courts prosecute individuals. On the other hand, these tribunals rely heavily on states to collect evidence and execute arrest warrants. ...


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