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Obrad Savic

Memory of war crimes: Can victims speak?

The editor of the Belgrade Circle Journal writes that Milosevic was guilty not only because he led a collective criminal enterprise, but also because he demanded that ethnic justice nest in sovereign national law, which he turned against international law. [more]

05.10.2006


Nenad Dimitrijevic

Moral responsibility for collective crime

Transitional justice in the former Yugoslavia

The success of the process of transition in the former Yugoslavia depends on adequately responding to the question of responsibility for crimes committed in the name of a people. [more]

05.07.2006


Belgrade Circle, et al.

Declaration of the obligation of the state of Serbia...

The declaration submitted to the Serbian government by a group of Belgrade NGOs, urging that guilt for war crimes be officially and publicly acknowledged. [more]

08.07.2005


Obrad Savic

Srebrenica: Between denial and recognition

Recent footage showing murders taking place at Srebrenica has proved a catalyst for a change in the attitudes of the Serbian public towards Serbian war crimes. [more]

05.09.2005


Alexander Kiossev

The dark intimacy: maps, identities, acts of identifications

To what extent have the Balkans been constructed as a negative mirrordiscourse to European identity? [more]

19.05.2003


Vesna Kesic

Muslim women, Croatian women, Serbian women, Albanian women...

Examining attitudes towards rape: The Balkan wars. [more]

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Vesna Goldsworthy

Invention and in(ter)vention: The rhetoric of Balkanization

Vesna Goldsworthy looks at how Western commentators romanticize the Balkans' history of alleged bloodshed, feudal hatreds and perpetual war. How can these myths be debunked? [more]

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Final Address:

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The Global and the Local in Human Rights

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