The Wall Street Journal-Eight Arrested in Serbia Over Srebrenica Massacre-18.03.2015.

    By Veronika Gulyas   Serbian police arrested eight people on charges related to the Srebrenica massacre 20 years ago, which took place in the aftermath of the breakup of Yugoslavia. The detainees are to be charged with killing 1,000 to 1,300 people in 1995,...
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BIRN: Bosnia Maps 150 Wartime Detention Sites

  A new web database shows 150 detention camps and sites used during the 1990s conflict, part of a project to map all the places where civilian and military prisoners were held in wartime. Denis Džidić, BIRN, Sarajevo The Association for Transitional Justice,...
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Amnesty International: EU accession is key to ending impunity for war crimes

The European Union (EU) must do everything it can to ensure Serbia addresses the culture of impunity for war crimes, crimes against humanity, and genocide, committed by Serbian police, military and paramilitary forces during the wars of the 1990s, said Amnesty International in a new report...
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What Aco Todorović dreamt about?

Author: Vlasta Jalušič, Peace Institute, Ljubljana   Until the conclusion of Primo Levi’s life, which ended with suicide, he dreamt of his Auschwitz experience. Within the repeating nightmare of the concentration camp (a place without exterior), his previous life, his family,...
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Educating about transitional justice in Kosovo [policy paper]

Advocating for the inclusion of transitional justice into official high school curriculum Policy...Read more

The psychological cost of reconciliation

Reconciling after civil conflict increases social capital but decreases individual...Read more

Reconciliation after Civil Wars: Global Perspectives

A conference sponsored by the Virginia Center for Civil War Studies and the Center for Peace...Read more

What 50 War Criminals Have to Say about International Justice

The ICC Detention Centre in Scheveningen, photo: ICC Do perpetrators of genocide...Read more

David Tolbert: The Šešelj, Karadžić and Gotovina judgements have been disappointing

David Tolbert, photo Laura Barisonzi I think the work of the ICTY presents a mixed picture....Read more

International Day of Missing Persons was marked in Drenas

  Under the patronage of the Prime Minister of Republic of Kosovo, Hashim Thaci,...Read more

Untold Stories of Croatia’s Wartime Forced Evictions

In the first of a two-part series, people who were violently evicted from Yugoslav Army...Read more

Dealing with the Past Necessary for Reconciliation in the Western Balkans

The long path toward reconciliation can’t be imagined as a sudden turn, after a verdict of a...Read more

Why Macedonia is Not Interested in Reconciliation Process in the Region?

  By Ljubica Spaskovska   In 2002, Human Rights Watch petitioned Macedonian...Read more