Genocide conviction puts focus on global justice

Genocide conviction puts focus on global justice

By Colin McIntyre A 40-year jail sentence for genocide handed down to former Bosnian leader Radovan Karadžić last month draws a line under one of Europe’s darkest periods since the end of World War Two. The case also brought into sharp focus the thorny issue of...
Genocide conviction puts focus on global justice

Yuki: “The world is a small village.”

Name: Yuki Onogi Birth place: Tokyo, Japan Age: 29 Occupation: Broker/Analyst at SG Americas Securities LLC Languages: Native Japanese, English, former Serbo-Croatian (BCMS), Polish, Russian and bad Italian Currently reading: “Tulipomania” by Mike Dash Q:...
In Tito’s Bunker: Reflections on My Blind Spots

In Tito’s Bunker: Reflections on My Blind Spots

By Diana Montaño As the guide led us through the dimly-lit concrete tunnels of Josip Broz Tito’s socialist era military bunker, I pieced together fragments of my American education. The bunker, an underground compound able to hold more than 300 people in the event of...
Reconciliation after Srebrenica: A dream?

Reconciliation after Srebrenica: A dream?

By Jasmine Horsey  In the center of Bosnia’s capital Sarajevo, a permanent photo exhibition remembers Srebrenica. The photographs show coffins filling a large warehouse; forensic teams excavating mass graves; a child’s doll in the dust, throat slit. The images, in...
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