Tag: Transitional Justice
Living with Milošević’s legacy means living voiceless for survivors
Three decades on, what will it take to put survivors above language of hate and division?
Is inclusive development possible without collective therapy?
The collective trauma from the bitter past with Serbia will not leave us, even during the pandemic.
Roland Gjoni: Kosovo is simultaneously ‘too big’ and ‘too small’ of an international issue
Legal and political scientist talks geopolitics, Albanian nationalism and domestic tensions in Albania.
Kosovo’s genocide resolution resolves nothing
How is an entire nation going deaf over too much noise for nothing?
Kosovo’s current approach to Serbia’s war crimes is legally useless
Here’s what it should be doing instead.
Our children are learning distorted stories of Serbia’s past
How Serbia has drawn a veil over one part of its history.
Growing up in a world created by Radovan Karadžić
Final verdict gives us the chance to seize the moment.
Experimenting with peace
How political parties in Bosnia and Herzegovina are manipulating the peace agreement.
Being tried without being present
Could changes to the Criminal Procedure Code allowing trials in absentia aid transitional justice?