The recent 20-year anniversary of the Dayton Peace Agreement reified the prospects for change in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Central to these prospects are the ways in which Bosnian citizens think and act politically.
Trauma is not restricted to or suffered by only the generation which experienced the war first-hand. Rather, when not treated appropriately, trauma is often transferred within families from one generation to the next.
How do truth, peace and justice interact in the transitional justice mechanisms established for the former Yugoslavia?
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The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia believes it will complete its work in 2017, though challenges remain.