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After Protests Over Karadzic Arrest, Calm

There were some small protests from hard-line nationalists, but arrest of war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic reveals a Serbia that is increasingly tired of its brutal past.

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Serbia Greets Arrest Of Karadzic Calmly
Article | BELGRADE, Serbia, July 24 -- There were some small protests and brief flashes of rhetoric from hard-line nationalists, but the arrest of war crimes suspect Radovan Karadzic this week revealed a Serbia that is increasingly tired of its brutal past and intent on joining the European Union, a beacon of...
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Karadzic Case Offers Court a Chance to Repair Its Image
Article | THE HAGUE, July 23 -- The arrest of Radovan Karadzic, the Bosnian Serb leader accused of genocide and crimes against humanity, offers a major test -- and, some say, a shot at redemption -- for the huge and costly international court that will try him.

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