The 1999 conflict in Kosovo is seen as being as significant for international affairs as the pulling down of the Berlin Wall, because of the centrality of human rights in the build-up, conduct and aftermath of the war. This volume is an attempt to explore this human rights tragedy.
'An engaging collection ... provides an important set of perspectives of how human rights language and norms were used in the course of the Kosovo interventionm and its immediate aftermath.' - International Affairs
'Booth is to be congratulated for having brought together representatives of both the pro and anti-war camps in what is a remarkably non-sectarian volume.' - Red Pepper