Is Dissolution a Solution for Bosnia and Herzegovina?

August 06, 2021

The latest crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina was provoked by the outgoing high representative, the Austrian diplomat Valentin Inzko, and his July move to enact the amendment to the country’s criminal code. Among other things, Article 1 (Amendment to Article 145a of the Criminal Code) specifies...

Memory Politics: Serbia’s Genocide Denial

May 24, 2021

In January this year, the public attention was drawn to a Serbian souvenir shop selling shirts with the inscription “Noz, Zica” (“Knife, Wire”), the slogan celebrating the 1995 genocide in Srebrenica where the Bosnian Serb forces killed more than 8,000 Bosniak men and boys. The...

Ratko Mladic is Convicted of War Crimes

November 25, 2017

Ratko Mladić has been convicted, but justice hasn’t entirely been served in The Hague. The conviction of Ratko Mladić in The Hague for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity committed during the Bosnian War hardly came as a big surprise. The evidence was strong and stacked up...

The Srebrenica Massacre: 20 Years Later

July 13, 2015

As the largest atrocity in Europe since World War II, memories of the Srebrenica massacre are still fresh. Twenty years have passed since the Srebrenica massacre, when over 8,300 Muslims were murdered over four days by forces led by General Ratko Mladić. The former Bosnian Serb military leader,...