This conclusion presents some closing thoughts on the key concepts discussed in the preceding chapters of this book. The book provides a critical feminist analysis of International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) wartime sexual violence jurisprudence as it is constructed in contemporary feminist legal scholarship and the surrounding debate. It explores how the debate around wartime sexual violence is currently conducted and what implications this might have for a critical feminist engagement with the issue. The book outlines both the legal victories as well as the questions that surround the criminalisation of wartime sexual violence in the contemporary political and historical moment. It shows that gender as a fluid and multifaceted social category has not been visibilised in ICTY wartime sexual violence jurisprudence. The book argues that feminism is today transmitting a new tradition for which it may be the sovereign authority itself.