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A Onetime ‘Refugee Child’ Takes On Austria’s Far Right
Alma Zadic arrived in Vienna from Bosnia when she was 10. Now, she is the justice minister in an awkward coalition of liberal Greens and hard-line, anti-immigrant conservatives.
Conversations With a Mass Murderer
Jessica Stern’s “My War Criminal” recounts the time she spent with Radovan Karadzic, the Serbian leader implicated in atrocities committed in the 1990s.
Europe’s Migration Crisis Has Ebbed. Croatia Wants to Keep It That Way.
The Bosnian-Croatian border is one of the last gateways to northern Europe. The Croatian police are trying to seal it, often in brutal fashion.
Why Did I Let a Convicted War Criminal Practice Energy Healing on Me?
My 48 hours alone with Radovan Karadzic.
Genius, Genocide Denier or Both?
Peter Handke, the Austrian author who was awarded this year’s Nobel Prize in Literature, has been accused of falsifying history and praising war criminals.
How Nationalism Can Destroy a Nation
Citizens must have things in common and must also agree to forget many other things.
‘It’s Not the Same’: Why War Refugees Who Helped Revive St. Louis Are Leaving
A population of Bosnians, up to 70,000 at its peak, is moving out of the city in search of safer neighborhoods and better opportunities.
Netherlands Was 10 Percent Liable in Srebrenica Deaths, Top Dutch Court Finds
The Supreme Court reduced the state’s level of liability for damages in the deaths of 350 men and boys who were ordered out of a peacekeepers’ compound in 1995.
For an Immigrant Family, Sarajevo Still Casts Its Shadow
In a two-part memoir, “My Parents/This Does Not Belong to You,” Aleksandar Hemon shows how Bosnia and its wartime strife have shaped a life of exile.
Richard Holbrooke and a Certain Idea of America
This is an Age of Pessimism. But America can still remake, redeem and rescue.
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