Lessons of the Nuremberg Tribunal

­Serge Brammertz – Prosecutor, International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.

Today our guest is Serge Brammertz. Amidst the ruins of World War II, a legal precedent emerged with the aim of prosecuting those responsible for genocide. A special international court, consisting of judges from the victorious countries, was created to put those defeated on trial. The formula was deemed successful and still exists today. But what has changed in the investigation of heinous crimes today?