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NATIONAL PROGRAM | KARADZIC CASE

BETTER THAN NOTHING

Daniel Serwer * March 24, 2016

 

PRESS RELEASE & H. BULLETIN

SERBIA BETWEEN SCYLLA AND
CHARYBDIS

Helsinki Bulletin, No. 124 * March 2016

 

PROJECTS | PRISON REFORM...

PRISON REFORM MONITORING

The report on the situation in the institutions
for execution of criminal sanctions

 

HUMAN RIGHTS

OSCE MISSION TO SERBIA COMMENDS
CONTRIBUTION OF CIVIL SOCIETY
ORGANIZATIONS TO DEMOCRATIC...

 

HUMAN RIGHTS

MINISTERIAL COUNCIL IN BELGRADE:
TALKING NEVERTHELESS

 

REGION | BOSNIA

FILLING BOSNIA’S REFORM GAPS

Daniel Serwer * March 1, 2016

 

PRESS RELEASE & H. BULLETIN

ANTI-SEMITIC MISUSE OF THE MEDIA

Belgrade, February 29, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLICATION ::: HELSINKI FILES

HELSINKI FILES No. 34

Extremism: Recognizing a social evil

Belgrade, 2014

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From a historical
perspective the extreme right-wing and Serbia’s
right-wing ideology in general are outcomes of
the structural changes taking place in the
aftermath of Yugoslavia’s disintegration. The 1990s wars wagged for
rearrangement of the

Balkans – and motivated by the Greater Serbia concept – as documented in the infamous Memorandum of the Serb Academy of Arts...

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PUBLICATION ::: OTHER PUBLICATI...

THE PARLIAMENTARY SYSTEM IN
SERBIA 1903–1914

By Olga Popović-Obradović

Translated by Branka Magaš

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Parliamentarism never became deeply rooted in Serbia, not because there wasn’t enough time for this to happen, but because of the insurmountable contradictions which
were built into its
historical and political foundations:

inseparable from liberalism, that is, from
the modern state, parliamentarism was...

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PUBLICATION ::: CHRONICLES

CHRONICLES 33

Conflict in Numbers

Edited by Ewa Tabeau

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Casualties of the 1990s Wars in the Former Yugoslavia (1991-1999)

The chronologically earliest demographic expert report appeared in a court hearing at ICTY in June 2000. The report was related to the missing persons

from the fall of Srebrenica in 1995 and presented in the General KRSTIC case (IT-98-33). It was authored by two...

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PUBLICATION ::: OTHER PUBLICATI...

Publisher - The Norwegian Helsinki Committee

YUGOSLAVIA’S IMPLOSION

by Sonja Biserko

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This is a courageous book, in which the author indicts a large portion of her society, and most especially politicians, for aggressive nationalism. This, she argues, has been the main reason both for the wars of 1991–99 and for the

continued volatility which characterizes Serbian political life. This is also a work of...

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