Within the last week, Serbia has been pronounced by the ICC not to have been guilty of genocide in Bosnia and a host of other similar charges. This had lead to violent demonstrations in various parts of Bosnia by Muslims who feel that justice has not been served. Sadly, the 'truth' is no longer a relevancy! Yesterday, this appeared on the BBC website: And then today: The only conclusion I can draw from this, is that the EU considers that the Bosnians are unable to govern themselves, but they're not going to resort to violence to settle their problems. What signal do you think this sends the locals. In my opinion, it's just another case - in a long line of similar decisions - where domestic imperatives overide the realities on the ground; the decision is not based on what's good for Bosnia, but what's right for 'us'.