Imaginary Walls and Holograms of the Past
In the Bosnian media, war seems to have never ended. It simply seems to have continued through other means. Above us looms the hologram of war that prevents our confused minds from making sense of oft repeated and empty phrases.
Kosovo: Exodus and Independence
“Anywhere from 25,000 all the way to 100,000 have been reported to have emigrated since last fall. Why are all these people desperate to flee the country that only years ago they ached to see free?”
Macedonia – Countering Brutality in The Land of a Bloody Sun
“At this time, it is important that all citizens, regardless of their differences, understand that we are facing a political machine that threatens our right to life through the systematic destruction of our institutions,” Golubovska explains.
No Room for the Truth?
How do truth, peace and justice interact in the transitional justice mechanisms established for the former Yugoslavia?
Rape: Not Only a Crime against One Woman, but also a Crime against the Nation?
Only through understanding the gender perspectives of the Bosnian war can we approach the conflict honestly and begin to answer more profound questions that are crucial for the reconciliation process.
Who Am I?
What does it mean to be Bosnian in Bosnia-Herzegovina, and does such an identity even exist?