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№ 34 - SREBRENICA – TRAJNA OPOMENA
№ 34 - SREBRENICA: TRANSITIONAL (IN)JUSTICE

Author(s): Editorial Board Helsinki Charter
Subject(s): Studies in violence and power, Inter-Ethnic Relations
Published by: Helsinški odbor za ljudska prava u Srbiji
Keywords: transitional justice;Srebrenica;
Summary/Abstract: This year the world marked the anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide with more consideration than before. This only logically follows the messages sent to the region, and particularly to Serbia over past months. US Ambassador to Bosnia-Herzegovina Charles English said, “The world failed to act, failed to protect the innocent of Srebrenica…The massacre was a stain on our collective consciousness.” Having hesitated for 20 years the EU – and US in the first place – finally realized that there could be not stability in the Balkans without a stable Bosnia-Herzegovina. In a few months only, the new US administration’s engagement in the Balkans produced visible results – and they are mostly visible in the new dynamics in Bosnia-Herzegovina.

  • Page Count: 11
  • Publication Year: 2009
  • Language: English, Serbian