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Une Politique Erronée. Lecture de l’histoire et la confiance en Bosnie
A Wrong Policy. Reading History and Reliance on Bosnia

Author(s): Rusmir Mahmutćehajić
Subject(s): Governance, Inter-Ethnic Relations, Wars in Jugoslavia
Published by: CEEOL Collections / Digital Reproductions
Keywords: functioning state;
Summary/Abstract: The world order constitutes, it is true, the environment in which the Bosnian state, after it had been internationally recognized, was brought to its destruction, but this only where the aggressors achieved it, having been confronted to unexpected resistance from Bosnian forces from within. The analysis of this situation therefore also represents a definition and interpretation of its logic model on a global scale. The events in question bear witness to the intention to destroy Bosnia by all means, including the total annihilation of the Bosnian being, through extermination and genocide. Their consequences today can be summed up as follows: the Bosnians survived only where they defended themselves, and the state of Bosnia, for the sole reason that the aggressors failed to break down the relentless resistance and unexpected from those whose disappearance they had programmed. The effects of this destruction have brought to light the enigma posed by the character of the Bosnian struggle for survival. We would like to give to the whole of this resistance, both outside and inside, a content that would not be Bosnian, in order to reduce the idea of ​​the protection of the Bosnian state to just one of its components, thus confirming the deformation and degradation of the Bosnian being himself. // PUBLISHED IN 2005 BY DURIEUX PUBLISHING HOUSE BASED IN ZAGREB

  • Print-ISBN-10: 953-188-209-6
  • Page Count: 224
  • Publication Year: 2005
  • Language: French