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Bosnia 20 Years after Dayton

By Claire Bigg (RFE) – Marko and Kata Pranjic returned to their village in Bosnia-Herzegovina two decades ago, hoping to put the horrors of war behind them after a Western-brokered peace deal ended the conflict that tore their country apart. 

But 20 years after the Dayton Accords were hammered out on an air base in the U.S. [...]

Nobel Svetlana Alexievich

By Svetlana Alexievich — I’ve been searching for a genre that would be most adequate to my vision of the world to convey how my ear hears and my eyes see life.I tried this and that and finally I chose a genre where human voices speak for themselves. Real people speak in my books about [...]

Pope and World Leaders at UN

By Thalif Deen | UNITED NATIONS (IPS) - The visit to the United Nations by Pope Francis during a General Assembly session, described as a historic first in the ageing 70-year-old organisation, has created a security nightmare both for the world body and New York city police.

The U.N. neighbourhood is expected to be turned into a war zone [...]

UN’s Lessons of Srebrenica

By Adama Dieng – It is with much humility that today we pay tribute to all those who, twenty years ago, were victims of the most heinous of all crimes, the crime of genocide. Today we are meeting to pay our respects to all those who lost their lives. They believed that they were safe [...]

Remembering & Documenting

By Haris Hromic - Remembering and documenting Srebrenica Genocide is a lifelong process. It is a generational process. This institution in the past two weeks including today’s event and with scheduled event tomorrow is making its contribution to this important process.
Social science will instruct us that it take about three decades, before society is ready to [...]

Sarajevo – Jerusalem of Europe

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) – SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina – Pope Francis visited Sarajevo on Saturday, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a place where some 20 years ago a bitter conflict in a war torn Bosnia  was a daily bloody reality; more then 11.000 citizens of Sarajevo died, including 1600 children during 44 months of [...]

Blatter and Murky FIFA Affairs

(WEBPUBLICAPRESS) —  It looked like it was the last think that he would do, but after a lot of pressure Sepp Blatter on Tuesday announced he will step down as FIFA president. In the meantime, major US media The New York Times and ABC News, citing sources familiar with the FIFA corruption case (read here more), [...]

Press Freedom 2015 Decline

By John J. Metzler – UNITED NATIONS — The targeted killings of journalists, the suffocating censorship in many countries, and the widening governmental controls on media activities, characterize the contemporary media landscape in large parts of the world. Add the ghastly shock effect of beheadings of journalists in the Middle East by Islamic State or the barbaric attacks in [...]

Testing Nuclear Deal with Iran

By David L. Phillips – There is no nuclear deal with Iran — and it is unlikely an agreement will be reached by the June 30 deadline. The sides haven’t even started to negotiate a text clearly spelling out their respective responsibilities.
The framework established at recent talks (CNBS source) in Lausanne, Switzerland, between Iran and the U.S., France, Britain and Germany, is [...]

Greece in Leftist Hands

(WebpublicaPress) NEW YORK — Greece’s anti-austerity Syriza party has made a pact with the small, right-wing Independent Greeks party to form a government. New to be Prime Minister, leftist leader Alexis Tsipras promised on Sunday that five years of austerity, “humiliation and suffering” imposed by international creditors were over after his Syriza party swept to victory [...]

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