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Interview – Mary Kaldor

Interview – Mary Kaldor

Prof. Kaldor explains new wars, discusses the conflict in Syria and the role of civil society, her approach to human security, and subterranean politics in Europe.

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On the Brink: A Year of Power-Sharing Crises

The crises of the past year suggest that power-sharing is more resilient than it first appears and thus remains an important tool for ending wars and building peace.

“Balkanizing” the War on Terror

“Balkanizing” the War on Terror

While the EU and the US must reassess risks and potential investments in the Western Balkans they must also learn to separate the politics from the true security threats.

Review – The Politics of Exile

Review – The Politics of Exile

Dauphinée masterfully eschews the conventional ways of presenting research and through storytelling provides insights into the Bosnian war and its dire aftermath.

Review – Balkan Genocides: Holocaust and Ethnic Cleansing

Review – Balkan Genocides: Holocaust and Ethnic Cleansing

Mojzes’ analysis of Balkan genocides of the 20th Century imparts vital facts on mass violence, but is dented by insufficient knowledge of legal frameworks.

Review – The Domestic Sources of European Foreign Policy

Review – The Domestic Sources of European Foreign Policy

Serrano emphasises the importance of domestic politics in shaping policy decisions at the EU level, an influence that has not always been empirically justified.

The Sejdic and Finci Case: More Than Just a Human Rights Issue?

The Sejdic and Finci Case: More Than Just a Human Rights Issue?

The Sejdic and Finci ruling highlighted the human rights difficulties which are still present in Bosnia. The future of Bosnia as an EU member is only possible if political parties put ethnic feuds aside.

The Karadzic Case: Fair Trial or Show Trial?

The Karadzic Case: Fair Trial or Show Trial?

Radovan Karadzic, the former President of the Bosnian Serb Republic, finds himself on trial at an international tribunal established to prosecute him. His legal defense, Peter Robinson, asks whether it is a fair trial or show trial.

The Triumph of the Nation-State: Reflections on Yugoslavia Twenty Years After

The Triumph of the Nation-State: Reflections on Yugoslavia Twenty Years After

Twenty years ago, the country known until then as Yugoslavia plunged into war. Over the next decade, a succession of armed conflicts on the territory of the “former Yugoslavia” would recurrently make headlines. The wars spelled the end not just of a multinational state, but of any prospect of a viable multinational society at a local level.

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