Category Archives: Ethnic cleansing

Unfinished Business in Bosnia

A fitting follow up, as we remember what unfolded in Bijeljina twenty years ago, is a recent posting on the Terra Nullus website by Halisa Skolpjak, who works on legal issues for the OSCE in BiH (the standard disclaimer applies: … Continue reading

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Bijeljina: Ground Zero of Ethnic Cleansing

These days mark the twentieth anniversary of the beginning of the Bosnian war. A key early moment was the brutal assault on the Muslim population of the northeastern town of Bijeljina. On the Oxford University Press blog is an opinion … Continue reading

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New review: Nationalities Papers

A review of Bosnia Remade has just appeared in the journal Nationalities Papers by Matthew Bolton who is now assistant Professor of Political Science at Pace University in NYC but is someone who has wide experience in multiple conflict regions. He … Continue reading

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