3 edition of Ethnic cleansing in the Balkans found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.Published simultaneously in the USA and Canada.
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|Pagination||xvi, 78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
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SREBRENICA MASSACRE By the summer of 1995, three towns in eastern Bosnia—Srebrenica, Zepa and Gorazde—remained under control of the Bosnian government. They also include Bosnian Croat officials,and. Half of the schools and a third of the hospitals in the country were also damaged or destroyed.
A brief coda to this episode. Its political system favored neither majorities nor minorities, a value system inherited from Yugoslavia. " Milosevic's rhetoric and repression of the Albanian population in Kosovo frightened the other republics.
Tony Barber, Andrew Marshall 21 September 1994. After all, who possibly can argue against the moral imperative of saving lives? Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
The strategy of muddling through that had characterized U. New York City: Helsinki Watch. Many health care facilities were used as protective cover for military activities; NGOs report the destruction by Serbian forces of at least 100 clinics, pharmacies, and hospitals.
On June 4, at the end of the conflict, the Department of State issued the last of a series of weekly ethnic cleansing reports, available at concluding that at least 6,000 Kosovar Albanians were victims of mass murder, with an unknown number of victims of individual killings, and an unknown number of bodies burned or destroyed by Serbian forces throughout the conflict.
Western Europe cannot disown the Balkans as something intrinsically "other" and non-European.
Most infamous of these acts was the 1995 massacre in the city of Srebrenica, where more than 7000 Muslims were killed by Serb forces under than command of Gen.
It should be noted that this concept of Greater Serbia is not synonymous with historical Serbia.