Current Events

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Vucic and Durakovic talk about Srebrenica at Clinton panel

21.09.2016. | Current Events


Fikret_Abdic

Bosnian Mayoral Hopefuls Tainted by Crime Claims

20.09.2016. | Current Events


YIHR, missing persons

Kosovo President: Missing Persons are a ‘Grave Wound’

30.08.2016. | Current Events


RECOM Exclusives

LJUBLJANAPOLIS - SLAPSAK

21.09.2016.

RECOM Exclusives

A quarter of a century since the proclamation of Slovenia's independence and war: unreflective memory, forgotten responsibility

Writes: Svetlana Slapšak   The most prominent issue regarding the responsibility of the Slovenian state in the Yugoslav war is still the unresolved status of the “erased” - some 26,000 of them They do not receive just compensation, their appeals are not processed in time, and while some...

Colleen Murphy - professor of law

11.08.2016.

RECOM Exclusives

What is Political Reconciliation? Reflections on Reconciliation after the Karadzic Trial

By Colleen Murphy   In March 2016, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) found Bosnian Serb wartime political leader Radovan Karadzic guilty on 10 of 11 charges, including genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war.  He was...

Velikic

03.08.2016.

RECOM Exclusives

On Reconciliation

By Dragan Velikić   Just as there is no single cause leading to an argument, or to a war for that matter, but rather a whole array of  possible causes, ungraspable and unperceivable, there can be no single paradigm, or answer as to how to make reconciliation possible. But even if we...

Sabina

07.07.2016.

RECOM Exclusives

RESPONding to the Past must involve RESPONsibility Acceptance

By Sabina Čehajić-Clancy   Decades of research in the field of social psychology have provided systematic evidence that learning or knowing about human rights violations poses a threat to our self- and group- image. In order to protect this seemingly positive self/group perception,...

Svetlana Slapsak
LJUBLJANAPOLIS - SLAPSAK

A quarter of a century since the proclamation of Slovenia's independence and war: unreflective memory, forgotten responsibility

21.09.2016. | RECOM Exclusives

Writes: Svetlana Slapšak   The most prominent issue regarding the responsibility of the Slovenian state in the Yugoslav war is still the unresolved status of the “erased” - some 26,000 of them They do not receive just compensation, their appeals are not processed in time, and while some...

Colleen Murphy
Colleen Murphy - professor of law

What is Political Reconciliation? Reflections on Reconciliation after the Karadzic Trial

11.08.2016. | RECOM Exclusives

By Colleen Murphy   In March 2016, the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) found Bosnian Serb wartime political leader Radovan Karadzic guilty on 10 of 11 charges, including genocide, crimes against humanity and violations of the laws or customs of war.  He was...

Dragan Velikić
Velikic

On Reconciliation

03.08.2016. | RECOM Exclusives

By Dragan Velikić   Just as there is no single cause leading to an argument, or to a war for that matter, but rather a whole array of  possible causes, ungraspable and unperceivable, there can be no single paradigm, or answer as to how to make reconciliation possible. But even if we...

Sabina Čehajić-Clancy
Sabina

RESPONding to the Past must involve RESPONsibility Acceptance

07.07.2016. | RECOM Exclusives

By Sabina Čehajić-Clancy   Decades of research in the field of social psychology have provided systematic evidence that learning or knowing about human rights violations poses a threat to our self- and group- image. In order to protect this seemingly positive self/group perception,...