eBook Bosnian Genocide: The Essential Reference Guide, 1st Edition

  • Paul R. Bartrop
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  • ISBN-10: 1440838690
  • ISBN-13: 9781440838699
  • DDC: 949.703
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 355 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2016 | Published/Released August 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2016
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Overview

Providing an indispensable resource for students and policy makers investigating the Bosnian catastrophes of the 1990s, this book provides a comprehensive survey of the leaders, ideas, movements, and events pertaining to one of the most devastating conflicts of contemporary times.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Preface.
List of Entries.
List of Primary Source Documents.
Maps.
Bosnian Genocide Overview.
Bosnian Genocide Causes.
Bosnian Genocide Consequences.
Bosnian Genocide Perpetrators.
Bosnian Genocide Victims.
Bosnian Genocide Bystanders.
Bosnian Genocide International Reaction.
1: Abdic, Fikret.
2: Ahtisaari, Martti.
3: Albania.
4: Albright, Madeleine.
5: Arbour, Louise.
6: Ashdown, Paddy.
7: Babic, Milan.
8: Banking.
9: Bihac.
10: Blair, Tony.
11: Blaskic, Tihomir.
12: Boban, Mate.
13: Bosnia-Herzegovina.
14: Bosniaks.
15: Bosnian National Library.
16: Bosnian Safe Areas.
17: Bosnian War.
18: Chetniks.
19: Clark, Wesley.
20: Clinton, Bill.
21: Concentration Camps.
22: Croatia.
23: Croatian War of Independence.
24: Dayton Peace Accords.
25: Del Ponte, Carla.
26: Denial of the Bosnian Genocide.
27: Draskovic, Vuk.
28: Drina Corps.
29: Erdemovic, Drazen.
30: Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide, Bosnia and Croatia.
31: Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide, Kosovo.
32: European Union.
33: Filipovic, Zlata.
34: Finci, Jakob.
35: Foca.
36: Gagovic, Dragan.
37: Gorazde.
38: Gotovina, Ante.
39: Gutman, Roy.
40: Hadzic, Goran.
41: Halilovic, Sefer.
42: Holbrooke, Richard.
43: Holiday Inn Sarajevo.
44: Hurd, Douglas.
45: International Commission on Missing Persons.
46: International Court of Justice.
47: International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.
48: Izetbegovic, Alija.
49: Jankovic, Gojko.
50: Jashari, Adem.
51: Jelisic, Goran.
52: Kandic, Natasa.
53: Karadzic, Radovan.
54: Kenney, George.
55: Kok, Willem.
56: Kosovo.
57: Kosovo Liberation Army.
58: Kosovo War.
59: Kosovo, War Crimes in.
60: Kostunica, Vojislav.
61: Krajisnik, Momcilo.
62: Krstic, Radislav.
63: Lilic, Zoran.
64: Lukic, Milan.
65: Macedonia.
66: MacKenzie, Lewis.
67: Mandlbaum, Zoran.
68: Markovic, Ante.
69: Mejakic, Zeljko.
70: Milosevic, Slobodan.
71: Mladic, Ratko.
72: Montenegro.
73: Mothers of Srebrenica.
74: Nogic, Inela.
75: North Atlantic Treaty Organization.
76: Nuhanovic, Hasan.
77: Omarska.
78: Operation ALLIED FORCE.
79: Operation HORSESHOE.
80: Oric, Naser.
81: Ostojic, Velibor.
82: Owen, David.
83: Panic, Milan.
84: Perisic, Momcilo.
85: Plavsic, Biljana.
86: Prlic, Jadranko.
87: Racak Massacre.
88: Rambouillet Accords.
89: Rape Camps.
90: Rape Warfare.
91: Raznatovic, Zeljko.
92: Republika Srpska.
93: Rose, Michael.
94: Rugova, Ibrahim.
95: Sarajevo, Siege of.
96: Scorpions.
97: Serbia.
98: Seselj, Vojislav.
99: Sexual Violence against Women.
100: Silajdzic, Haris.
101: Smailovic, Vedran.
102: Smith, Rupert.
103: Sniper Alley.
104: Srebrenica, Dutch Peacekeepers.
105: Srebrenica Massacre.
106: Tadic, Dusan.
107: Ten-Day War.
108: Thaci, Hashim.
109: Tito, Josip Broz.
110: Tudjman, Franjo.
111: Turajlic, Hakija.
112: Tuzla.
113: United Kingdom.
114: United Nations.
115: United Nations Protection Force.
116: United States of America.
117: Ustashe.
118: Vance-Owen Peace Plan.
119: Visegrad.
120: Vukovar.
121: Vulliamy, Ed.
122: Women in Black.
123: Yugoslavia.
124: Yugoslav People’s Army.
125: Zajovic, Stasa.
126: Zepa.
127: Zivanovic, Milenko.
Documents on the Bosnian Genocide.
United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, December 9, 1948.
Slobodan Milosevic, Speech at Kosovo Polje, June 28, 1989.
Secretary of State James Baker: U.S. Concerns about the Future of Yugoslavia, June 21, 1991.
UN General Assembly Resolution 47/121, December 18, 1992.
Dayton Peace Accords, November 21, 1995.
President Bill Clinton, Address Following NATO Air Strikes on Yugoslavia, March 24, 1999.
Chairman’s Statement Issued at the Extraordinary Meeting of Foreign and Defence Ministers of the North Atlantic Council Held at NATO Headquarters Brussels, June 18, 1999.
U.S. House of Representatives Resolution 109 “Expressing the Sense of the House Regarding the Massacre at Srebrenica in July, 1995,” Adopted June 27, 2005, and U.S. Senate Resolution 134, Adopted May 9, 2005.
Interview with “Amer,” Genocide Survivor, July 31, 2012.
ICTY President Theodor Meron Updates the UN Security Council on the Completion Strategy, June 3, 2015.
The Bosnian Genocide: Historical Dilemmas.
Chronology.
Bibliography.
Contributors.
Index.
About the Editor.