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    Genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo Abstract As a criminal investigator‚ I choose to view the genocide that occurred in Bosnia -Herzegovina and Kosovo as plain ordinary murder‚ albeit murder on a massive scale and murder that has many different types of victims. In this paper I tried to outline some of the background of the country and its people attempting to show these events as a crime scene. Introduction The purpose of this paper was to inform of the genocides that took

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    Chuck Knollman Valmeyer High school Bosnia-Herzegovina 6th Legal Extradition/Deportation Bosnia-Herzegovina‚ formally known as Yugoslavia‚ has been addressing many pressing issues; however‚ extradition and deportation has been gaining large amounts of attention from Bosnia-Herzegovina’s government. Bosnia-Herzegovina’s government consists of a tripartite presidency which is divided mainly between Croatian‚ Serb‚ and Bosnian political parties. During World War II‚ the Kingdom of Yugoslavia

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    of the state (Ledyaeva). A broader view of privatization helps to explain the interplay between the politics and the economic system of any country. Political forces played an important role in the transition of most Eastern European countries. Bosnia was certainly no exception‚ and politics and corruption both played determining roles in the process of privatization . Privatization is supposed to result in a better allocation of resources in an economy‚ in the sense that resources can be used

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    Genocide in Bosnia By the End of the Cold war the world had already seen the end of hundreds of wars and countless violations of human rights. With witnessing‚ these events substantial progress had been made to defining what human rights are and what constitutes a violation to human rights. The first of theses inalienable human rights being the biblical right to life. Several Non- governmental organizations dedicate their time and energy to maintaining a close watch over the world to report on

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    this thesis is to shed light on what Bosnia and Herzegovina and other countries have had to go through in order to adopt capitalism. The focus will be the ongoing process of transition in Bosnia. Bosnia is an excellent example of a country in transition. It used to be a part of a monarchy (Kingdom of Serbs‚ Croats and Slavs‚ later Kingdom of Yugoslavia) and a republic in a socialist country (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia). Bosnia and Herzegovina finally became an independent country

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    Ethnic Religion Cleansing/Genocide (Bosnia) In 1991Political upheavals in the Balkans displaced 2.700.000 people by mid-1992 of which over 700.000 of them sought asylum in other European countries.Methods used during the Bosnian ethnic cleansing campaigns were including murder‚ torture‚ extra-judicial executions‚ rape and many other ways sometimes you cant even imagine that something like that can be done to a human being. Since the war stopped in July 1995 things started to get better. People

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    ambitions played a large part in the coming of war in 1914.  Although head of an increasingly fossilized and outdated regime‚ the Habsburg emperor Franz Josef was an expansionist. In 1914‚ his latest addition to the Austro-Hungarian Empire was Bosnia-Herzegovina.  Bosnian Serbs resented Austrian rule and sought the protection of independent Serbia.  It was one of these Bosnian Serb groups‚ the Black Hand‚ that assassinated the Crown Prince‚ Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo. Austria‚ egged on by her German

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    Bosnia: Ethno-Religious Nationalisms in Conflict Conflict Resolution and Secondary PTSD 1. The area has for centuries been comprised of long-suppressed religious and ethnic differences. Yugoslavia had always been made up of rival ethnic and cultural groups. Historically made up of Catholic Croats‚ Orthodox Serbs‚ and Muslim Bosniaks. In addition to cultural and religious differences‚ the area is strategic in accessing the Mediterranean‚ and has always been a flashpoint between the Ottoman Empire

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    I chose Bosnia and Herzegovina because I wanted a country‚ which is a NIC. As many people do not recognize this country and it’s not too popular‚ I wanted to research on it. I wanted to know more about this country’s development and economy. The GDP of Bosnia interested me a lot. Also no one chose this country so it would be great if I did and I also wanted to know more about this country as I was hearing a lot about it from others. Taking into consideration the effects of the war‚ large number

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    Bosnia-Herzegovina genocide Genocide‚ the systematic and planned extermination of an entire national‚ racial‚ political‚ or ethnic group. From 1992-1995 that was happening in Bosnia-Herzegovina. In the Republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina‚ conflict between the three main ethnic groups‚ the Serbs‚ Croats‚ and Muslims‚ resulted in genocide committed by the Serbs against the Muslims in Bosnia. Bosnia is one of several small countries that emerged from the break-up of Yugoslavia‚ a multicultural country

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