Every major anniversary in the long timeline of tragic events and atrocities which have marked the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina results in a deluge of articles and opinion pieces from international experts, academics and analysts who try and diagnose the state of affairs in the country such and such number of years since the … Continue reading Bosnia’s 25-year struggle with “experts’” superficiality and arrogance
The chorus of familiar voices from the “anti-imperialist” spectrum of the international public discourse proclaiming that Slobodan Milošević has been “exonerated by the ICTY” has recently been joined by John Pilger, an award-winning journalist and film maker, known for his fierce criticism of American and British foreign policies. In his piece titled “Provoking nuclear war … Continue reading Exonerating Milošević: A Futile, Destructive Cause of Global “Anti-Imperialists”
Imo je 22 godine kad je odveden. Nit je kad zaplako, ni zapjevo, ni osovo, ni reko neću, ni ne mogu, nikome! Znao je sa svojim cikularom otići, po cijeli dan riže drva svitu, dođe i vako izvrne džepove i kaže - mati, danas nema ništa. Pa reko - sine, cijeli dan si se zabavio … Continue reading Zedo, jedini u majke Mine Carove
Zapis o nekada silnoj porodici Hodžić sa prijedorske periferije, na potezu izmedju Donje i Gornje Puharske, tamo gdje su se nekada ponosno uspravljala dva stoljetna hrasta.
Abstract This article examines the dominant perceptions of war crimes trials among victims from Prijedor, a municipality in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Largely based on interviews with victims who have testified in trials before international, state and district courts, and victims who have never testified, NGO activists working with victims in their communities, and some professionals … Continue reading Living the Legacy of Mass Atrocities: Victims’ Perspectives on War Crimes Trials