Tag Archives: Balkan Wars

Srebrenica, Bebolucija, and the Politics of Life

A year ago, I visited the Srebrenica-Potočari memorial for the first time. It was overwhelming. A sea of tombstones. Massive, gutted factory buildings. Suffocating silence. This week, millions are commemorating the nightmares of July 1995, when ultranationalist Bosnian Serb forces … Continue reading

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Mostar United?

Last night a bleary-eyed stroll through Youtube led me to Claudia Tosi’s absorbing documentary, Mostar United.The trailer is here; the full film is here. During a 2004 visit to Bosnia-Herzegovina I visited Mostar and wrote about it here. Last night, Tosi took me … Continue reading

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