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Managing the criminal facets of war economies

programme provided a mechanism through which international jurists were able to take cases when it was felt that Kosovan staff were unable to effectively try a case due to either a real or perceived security threat or where their ability to try the case impartially was questionable (UNMIK 2000c, 2000d: Regulation 2000/6 and 2000/64). This programme was not a parallel system; international jurists worked within Kosovo’s judiciary and were not part of the wider international justice programme at the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia (ICTY). Within the IJPP

in Building a peace economy?