Modernity and civilization offer no shield against future genocide
What has changed, and what have we learned from previous genocides? Very little. As long as we put our short-sighted political interest above human lives,... Read More
Reflections on Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies
TransConflict is pleased to present additional reflections on Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies – its purpose, importance and approach – by two participants in the Scholars´... Read More
The role of the media in post-conflict Serbia – Šljivančanin’s Politika interview
An interview by the Serbian daily newspaper, Politika, with Veselin Šljivančanin - a former general of the Yugoslav army, who was sentenced to ten years imprisonment by the ICTY - violated the ethical obligations that the media must observe when reporting about war crimes.
Serbia – another obstacle overcome
In finally arresting Ratko Mladic, Serbia has overcome one of the prime obstacles to its European ambitions, whilst strengthening the foundations for peace and reconciliation throughout the Western Balkans.
Evading the rule of law
The failure to extradite Agim Ceku, the former prime minister of Kosovo, represents a further blow to international law and good neighbourly relations in the Western Balkans.