Nena Tromp














Nevenka Tromp studied Political Science at the University of Zagreb and Russian Studies at the University of Groningen, The Netherlands. She has been working in the Department of European Studies at the University of Amsterdam since 1992.


Between 1998 and 2002, she participated in the investigation into events in Srebrenica that was conducted by the Dutch Institute for War Documentation (NIOD) and commissioned by the Dutch Government. From 2000 to 2012, she worked as a Researcher on the Leadership Research Team in the Office of Prosecutor (OTP) at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), where she was principle researcher on history and politics in the trial of Slobodan Milošević. Her primary focus was to uncover and clarify the plan undertaken by Serbian leadership and criminality related to its implementation, as charged by the OTP. She also worked on other key cases, most notably that of Radovan Karadžić. Tromp received her PhD from the University of Amsterdam’s Centre for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies in spring 2015. She is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Geoffrey Nice Foundation on Law, History, Politics, and Society in the Context of Mass Atrocities, which supports and provides cross-national educational opportunities for students, researchers, and academics in the field of International Criminal Justice.






Prosecuting Slobodan Milošević: The Unfinished Trial, (Routledge Publishers, 2016).

Joegoslavië, het land dat niet meer bestaat, (Lochum, 1997).




Book chapters


“Criminal Trials as a Tool to Control Historical Narrative,” co-authored with Geoffrey Nice, in Margaret deGuzman and Diane Amann (eds.), Arcs of Global Justice; Essays in Honor of William A. Schabas, (Oxford University Press, 2017). FORTHCOMING

“Criminal Trials as a Tool to Re-Write the History” in Hikmet Karčić’s Remembering the Bosnian Genocide, (Institute for Islamic Tradition of Bosniaks, 2016).

“UN and BiH” co-authored with Sir Geoffrey Nice, in The UN Security Council in the Age of Human Rights, Jared Genser and Bruno Stagno Uarte (eds.), (Cambridge University Press, 2014).

“Understanding the Milošević Case: Legacy of an Unfinshed Trial” in The Genocide Convention: The Legacy of 60 Years, H.G. van der Wilt, J. Vervliet, G.K. Sluiter, J.Th,M. Houwink ten Cate (eds.), (Marinus Nijhoff, Leiden, 2012), pp. 27-39.

Background of the Yugoslav Crisis: A review of the literature
Annex VI in Srebrenica – a ’safe’ area, NIOD (De Boom: Amsterdam, 2002).

“Slovenia” in Legal Culture in Five Central European Countries, E. Blankenburg (ed.), (Wetenschapelijke Regeringsraad – WRR: The Hague, 2000).

“Kroatië” in Nieuwe tijden - Oost- en Midden Europese landen na de val van het communisme; H. Renner, M. van den Heuvel, H. Van der Meulen, (eds.) Metz; Amsterdam 1997.

“Slovenië’ in Nieuwe tijden - Oost- en Midden Europese landen na de val van het communisme; H. Renner, M. van den Heuvel, H. Van der Meulen, (eds.), (Metz; Amsterdam 1997).

“Kosovo and Disintegration of Yugoslavia” in G. Duijzings, D. Janjić and Sh.Maliqi (eds.), Kosovo - Kosova. Confrontation or coexistence, Nijmegen, 1997.

“Stereotypes about War in Yugoslavia” in Vampires Unstaked; A. Gerrits and N Adler (eds.), (KNAW ‘ Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie voor Wetenschapen, Amsterdam, 1995).






“A Troubled Relationship: the ICTY and Post-conflict Reconciliation” in Yearbook of the Austrian National Army Academy, (Reichenau-Austria, 2013).

“ICTY – an Institutionalized Legal Response to Mass Atrocities” Yearbook of the Austrian National Army Academy, (Reichenau-Austria, 2011).

“Slovenië in het post-communistisch tijdperk,” Internationale Spectator (February 1995).

“De rol van Kosovo-mythe in de Servische geschiedenis,” Kleio, 35/6. August 1994.

“Tudjman’s Kroatië”, Oost-Europa Verkenningen, April 1993.

“Burgeroorlog in Joegoslavië - een analyse van bewuste escalaties en tragische fouten,” Transaktie, June, l992, pp. 116-133.

“Servo-Kroatische woordenstrijd,” Oosteuropa Verkenningen, l992, nr.123, pp. 18-40

“Kosovo: de volgende brandhaard?” Internationale Spectator, l992, 46/12,















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