Tag Archives: Jasmin Mujanovic

Remembering Srebrenica (2015)

I started this blog four years ago with a humble post called “Remembering Srebrenica (2011).” Today I reflect on recent, painful revelations that have shaken the ground beneath our feet. This spring, I taught a senior seminar on human rights … Continue reading

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The “Bosnian Spring”: Anniversaries, Protests, and an Uncertain Future

30 years ago this week, the 1984 Winter Olympics began in Sarajevo. 20 years ago this week, the Markale marketplace massacre in Sarajevo shocked the world. This week, riot police in Tuzla clashed with demonstrators fed up with the political … Continue reading

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