Documenting the Impact of War on Civilians in Bosnia and Herzegovina

July 20, 2022 01:23:11
Documenting the Impact of War on Civilians in Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Documenting the Impact of War on Civilians in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Jul 20 2022 | 01:23:11


Show Notes

On July 19, USIP held a conversation on the importance of documentation in the pursuit of accountability for crimes committed in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the war — as well as lessons for current international accountability efforts for atrocities in other conflict-affected countries, such as Ukraine, Afghanistan and Ethiopia.


Valerie Hopkins
Foreign Correspondent, The New York Times

Paul Koring 
Attorney; Former Foreign Correspondent, The Globe and Mail

Emina Muzaferija
Researcher; Former Staff Member, U.N. International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals

Gerard Toal 
Professor, School of Public and International Affairs, Virginia Tech; Author of “Bosnia Remade: Ethnic Cleansing and Its Reversal” 

Ajla Terzic
Journalist; Author of “This Could Have Been a Simple Story”

Philippe Leroux-Martinmoderator
Director, Governance, Justice and Security, U.S. Institute of Peace; Author of “Diplomatic Counterinsurgency: Lessons from Bosnia and Herzegovina” 

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