The New Bosnian Mosaic: Identities, Memories and Moral Claims in a Post-war Society
Xavier Bougarel, Elissa Helms, Gerlachlus Duijzings
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 - History - 332 pages
Bosnia has become a metaphor for new ethnic nationalisms, for the transformation of warfare in the post-Cold War era, and for new forms of peacekeeping and state-building. Considering both specificities and broader questions, this book is unique in offering a re-examination of the Bosnian case with a 'bottom-up' perspective.
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