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12/03/2016

Re-making Kozarac

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Re-making Kozarac: Agency, Reconciliation and Contested Return in Post-War Bosnia Sebina Sivac-Bryant is a member of the International Expert Team of the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada A book about not just suffering, but survival – and return, literally: to rebuild phoenix Kozarac, from the ashes. It starts with one of the little-told phenomena […]

28/03/2015

“20 years later”

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“20 years later” Šukrija Meholjić is member of the International Expert Team of the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada Excerpt from reviews: Sonja Biserko: Caricatures are probably one of the most subtle art forms that reflect a state of mind in a society and time. Šukrija Meholjić succeeded, with his book named “20 years […]

29/01/2015

“Holocaust in Bosnia and Herzegovina”

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“Holocaust in Bosnia and Herzegovina” by Eli Tauber Dr. Eli Tauber is member of the International Expert Team of the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada and employee of the Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University, which is also the publisher of this work. This book is important […]

16/01/2015

“Under the UN protection”

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Authorʼs Note “MAN IS A WOLF TO HIS FELLOW-MAN” the great philosopher Voltaire said, and I did not believe him until SREBRENICA happened. Fortunately, I managed to flee at the right time. In doing so, I escaped the destiny of eight thousand, brutally killed, innocent residents of Srebrenica. I found myself in exile in a […]

15/01/2015

“The Unquiet Dead”

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“The Unquiet Dead” – A spectacular debut of Ausma Zehanat Khan, Member of the Internacionaln Expert Team of the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada “The Unquiet Dead” explores the suspicious death of a war criminal with ties to the Srebrenica Genocide in 1995. Srebrenica Genocide is judicial fact recognized first by the International Criminal […]

18/12/2014

Explanation for the Bosnian Genocide

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The article of Dr Marko Attila Hoare ‘Towards an Explanation for the Bosnian Genocide of 1992-1995’ has been published in the LSE journal Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism   Dr Marko Attila Hoare is professor at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University, London and Member of the International Expert Team of the […]

28/10/2014

Exploring the Mind of Radovan Karadzic

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Exploring the Mind of Radovan Karadzic A new biography says the former Bosnian Serb leader was no madman but a calculating killer who knew exactly what he was doing. “A bully with a brilliant mind, a sharp tongue, and great dexterity in exercising his impressive skills of persuasion.” This is Radovan Karadzic as seen by […]

26/02/2014

The Institute for genocide publications

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The UNSA Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law publications Promoted In the Grand Hall of the University of Sarajevo’s Rectorate, on Wednesday 19 February 2014, the promotion of publications by the UNSA Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law was organized. UNSA Vice-Rector, Prof. Dr. Faruk Mekic congratulated […]

03/09/2013

Transcending Fratricide

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Recently Published: Dr. Srda Pavlovic is the Member of the International Expert Team of the Institute for Research of Genocide, Canada Transcending Fratricide: Political Mythologies, Reconciliations, and the Uncertain Future in the Former Yugoslavia Edited by Dr. Srda Pavlovic and Dr. Marko Zivkovic NOMOS, 2013, 300 pp., pb., € 54.00, ISBN 978-3-8487-0454-5 (Southeast European Integration […]

23/05/2012

The Bosnian Muslims in II W.W.

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The Bosnian Muslims in II W.W.

Dear friends and colleagues, https://greatersurbiton.wordpress.com/2012/05/22/the-bosnian-muslims-in-the-second-world-war/ This September, my latest book, ‘The Bosnian Muslims in the Second World War: A History’, will be published by C. Hurst and Co. According to its blurb: ‘The story of the Bosnian Muslims in World War II is an epic frequently alluded to in discussions of the 1990s Balkan conflicts, but almost as frequently […]

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