Academic Articles - Former Yugoslavia


Bosnia and Herzegovina: Selected Developments in Transitional Justice

International Center for Transitional Justice

Case Study Series, October 2004

Categories: Bosnia Herzegovina

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Building Bridges in Mostar

ICG
 

Europe Report N°150 Sarajevo/Brussels. 20 November 2003.

Categories: Former Yugoslavia

Civil Society and Peacebuilding in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Roberto Belloni

Journal of peace research 0022-3433 Belloni yr:2001 vol:38 iss:2 pg:163

Categories: Civil society and reconciliation, Former Yugoslavia


Croatia: Facing up to War Crimes

ICG October 2001

International Crisis Group

Categories: Former Yugoslavia


Dealing with the Past in the Context of Ethnonationalism. The Case of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia

Ivana Franovic

Berghof Occasional Paper No. 29

Categories: Bosnia-Hercegovina


Facing the Past and Transitional Justice in Countries of Former Yugoslavia

Natascha Zupan

IAPSS Annual Academic Conference 2009

Categories: Former Yugoslavia, Transitional Justice

Forgive and Forget? Antecedents and Consequences of Intergroup Forgiveness in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Cehajic, Sabina, Ruperrt Brown, and Emanuele Castano

 in Political Psychology, Vol. 29, No. 3, 2008: 351-367

Categories: Bosnia-Hercegovina, Forgiveness

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From Negative to Positive Peace: The Case of Bosnia and Hercegovina 

Janine Natalya Clark

Journal of Human Rights, Volume 8, Issue 4 October 2009 , pages 360 - 384

Categories: Former Yugoslavia


Justice and Peace? How the International Criminal Tribunal Affects Societal Peace in Bosnia

James Meernik

Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 42, No. 3 (May, 2005), pp. 271-289

Categories: Former Yugoslavia, Transitional Justice
Memory Telling. Individual and Collective Identities in Post-War Kosovo: The Archives of Memory

 

Salvatici, Silvia

Psychosocial Notebook, Vol. 2, October 2001: 15-52

Categories: Memory and Reconciliation, Former Yugoslavia


MetaBosnia: Narratives of the Bosnian War

 

Campbell, David

Review of International Studies, Vol. 24, No. 2, 1998: 261–281

Category: Bosnia Herzegovina

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Janine Natalya Clark

Report

Caterogies: Former Yugoslavia

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Narratives of Victims and Villains in Kosovo
 

Zdravkovic-Zonta, Helena

Nationalities Papers, Vol. 27, No. 5, 2009

Categories: Narratives and History, Former Yugoslavia

Not in My Name: A Social Psychological Study of Antecedents and Consequences of Acknowledgment of In-Group Atrocities

Cehajic, Sabina, Ruperrt Brown, and Emanuele Castano

in Genocide Studies and Prevention, Vol. 3, No. 2, August 2008: 195-211.

Categories: Bosnia-Hercegovina

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Post-War Trauma and Reconciliation in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Observations, Experiences, and Implications for Marriage and Family Therapy

Briana S. Nelson

The American Journal of Family Therapy Volume 31, Issue 4, 2003, Pages 305 – 316

Categories: Bosnia, Trauma 


Reconciliation, Truth, and Justice in the post-Yugoslav States

Bjelakovic, N.

Southeast European Politics Vol. III, No. 2-3, November 2002 pp. 163-167

Categories: Former Yugoslavia
Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Kosovo: A Window of Opportunity?
 

Hjortur Bragi Sverrisson

Peace, conflict and development 1742-0601 Sverrisson yr:2006 vol:8 pg:1

Categories: Truth and Reconciliation Commission




Vesna Nikolic-Ristanovic and Natasa Hanak

Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, 18: 379–387

Category: Former Yugoslavia
 
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Women as agents of ethnic reconciliation? women's ngos and international intervention in postwar bosnia-herzegovina

Elissa Helms

Women's studies international forum 0277-5395 Helms yr:2003 vol:26 iss:1 pg:15

Categories: Former Yugoslavia, Reconciliation and Gender
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