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Occidentalism : The West in the Eyes of its Enemies
‘The perfect is the enemy of the good’ – this is a proverb that applies to the seductive but bankrupt ideology of ‘anti-imperialism,’ which presents itself as opposition to the most powerful form ofExpand
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Flag on the Mountain: A Political Anthropology of War in Croatia and Bosnia
In the propagandist’s kitchen, an ideological heritage is like a cupboard full of ingredients. The chef selects a different combination of ingredients from his or her cupboard, depending on what kindExpand
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Bosnia-Hercegovina and International JusticePast Failures and Future Solutions
  • M. Hoare
  • Political Science, Sociology
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Three different international courts have determined that genocide took place in Bosnia-Hercegovina in 1992-1995: the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), theExpand
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The Bosnian Muslims in the Second World War : a history
The story of the Bosnian Muslims in World War II is an epic frequently alluded to in discussions of the 1990s Balkan conflicts, but almost as frequently misunderstood or falsified. This firstExpand
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How Bosnia Armed
Introduction - Acronyms - The Origins of the Bosnian Army, 1941-1992 -The Foundation of the Bosnian Army, 1992 - The politicisation of the Bosnian Army, 1992-1994 - The Bosnian Army comes of age,Expand
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The History of Bosnia: From the Middle Ages to the Present Day
Bosnia-Hercegovina dominated news coverage in the 1990s, yet the country remains the most misunderstood in Europe, frequently stereotyped as a land of perennial ethnic violence or occasionallyExpand
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Towards an Explanation for the Bosnian Genocide of 1992–1995
The Bosnian genocide of 1992-1995 played a decisive role in raising both popular awareness and scholarly interest in the phenomenon of genocide. Exploding across television screens and newspapersExpand
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The Partisans and the Serbs
The relationship of Josip Broz Tito’s communist-led Partisans to the Serb nation during the People’s Liberation War of 1941–45 in Axis-occupied Yugoslavia is often remembered paradoxically by formerExpand
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