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All Is Fear in Love and War

The year is 1992. A young couple hold each other close in a lively dancehall. Their story seems only to be beginning. Yet the moment is shattered when a bomb explodes nearby; soon it becomes clear that not only this burgeoning romance, but an entire world of emotional and social ties is coming to a […]

Bosnia’s Star-crossed Lovers

Bosnia’s Star-crossed Lovers

For all the relaxed atmosphere, cool music and cheap beer, Club Abrasevic in Mostar, southwest Bosnia, is not just another youth hangout. As the main gathering place for children of mixed marriages in a city which is divided into Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) and Croat sectors, the club is as infamous as the headquarters of a […]

No Extradition to Serbia

An Austrian court has turned down Serbia’s request for the extradition of Jovan Divjak, a former general in the Bosnian army during the Bosnian war of 1991 to 1995. The provincial court of Korneuburg decided that Divjak could not expect a fair trial in Belgrade as a lacking treaty on the exchange of evidence between […]

Sleepwalking In the Balkans

Almost exactly 13 years ago, American leadership brought an end to Bosnia’s three-and-a-half-year war through the Dayton peace agreement. Today that country is in real danger of collapse. As in 1995, resolve and transatlantic unity are needed if we are not to sleepwalk into another crisis. Bosnian Serb Prime Minister Milorad Dodik, once the darling […]

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