Srebrenica Survivors’ Desperate Trek to Freedom

Thousands of Bosniak men and boys were killed in the woods around Srebrenica in 1995 as they tried to flee Serb forces - but some survived by walking for days, dodging ambushes and minefields. Abdusamed Djozic, a former member of the Bosnian Army’s 28th Division, was one of a few...
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EP urges the Serbian Government to take the lead on the establishment of RECOM

2016 Report on Serbia European Parliament resolution of 14 June 2017 on the 2016 Commission Report on Serbia (2016/2311(INI)) Commenting on "Regional cooperation and good neighbourly relations" EP: "reiterates its support for the initiative to establish the regional Commission for the...
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RECOM looks at Trieste summit as a chance for relaunch

Next July, the fourth summit of the Western Balkans will take place in Trieste. The RECOM coalition looks at the event as an occasion for revival and has gathered thousands of signatures from citizens of the region As part of the so-called Berlin process, initiated by the German government...
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Campaign for the establishment of RECOM under the auspices of the Berlin Process

RECOM Memo In May 2017, in the course of just a few days, 50,000 citizens of Sarajevo, Banja Luka, Pristina, Zagreb, Belgrade, Nis, Presevo, Novi Sad, Zrenjanin, Subotica and Novi Pazar signed the petition calling on the leaders of post-Yugoslav states to conclude an official agreement to...
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Croatia’s Operation Storm: Crimes Unpunished 22 Years On

An NGO’s criminal complaint accusing unknown perpetrators of committing war crimes during the...Read more

Tragic Search for Victims of Croatia’s Operation Storm

As the 22nd anniversary of Croatia’s victorious Operation Storm approaches, researchers who...Read more

Deconstructing Reconciliation in Kosovo

ABSTRACT The purpose of the ‘Deconstructing Reconciliation’ research is to deconstruct the...Read more

Outcome of the ICTY Legacy Dialogues Conference: Conclusions and Recommendations

22 - 24 June 2017 Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina After three days of discussions and...Read more

Hague Tribunal President: ‘We Offered Truth, Not Reconciliation’

The president of the UN’s war crimes court for the former Yugoslavia, Carmel Agius, said the...Read more