By Florian Bieber, Armina Galijaš
International locations hardly ever disappear off the map. within the twentieth century, just a couple of international locations shared this destiny with Yugoslavia. The dissolution of Yugoslavia resulted in the biggest conflict in Europe considering that 1945, titanic human rights violations and over 100,000 sufferers. Debating the top of Yugoslavia is much less an try and re-write the dissolution of Yugoslavia, or to supply a special narrative, than to take inventory and consider the scholarship thus far. New resources and knowledge supply clean avenues of analysis averting the fervour of the instant that regularly characterised examine released in the course of the wars and supply modern views at the dissolution. The publication outlines the nation of the talk instead of targeting controversies on my own and maps how diverse scholarly groups have mirrored at the dissolution of the rustic, what arguments stay open in scholarly discourse and highlights new, cutting edge paths to review the interval.
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In fact, it has already been translated into Serbian and is certain to find a welcoming audience in parts of the region. For our purposes of evaluating the state of the debate on the end of Yugoslavia, the lesson of this case, however, does not end there. Peter Catterall (1997: 445) was right when he warned contemporary historians that ‘Different perceptions and memories will lead to the construction of different cognitive realities’. Judging by First Do No Harm, however, it not only seems that different cognitive realities can be constructed regarding what happened in former Yugoslavia, but also that troublingly warped cognitive realities can be constructed regarding what constitutes historical evidence, plausible sources, and the proper scholarly practice of handling those sources.
The Hague Tribunal’s Galić judgment is, however, a legal document – once again, a product of the process of interaction between the prosecution, the defence, the judges and the various witnesses. Its language is thus understandably impersonal and devoid of interpretational clues wherever they are not necessary for the deliberative process. But let us now consider a passage from a chapter on ‘Ethnic cleansing and war crimes, 1991–1995’ written by a group of scholars working on the aforementioned all-encompassing volume on the ‘Yugoslav controversies’ (Calic 2009: 124): In early March 1992, both SDS and SDA members erected barricades and checkpoints in Sarajevo.
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