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ID number:895698
Published: 10.10.2022.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: 13 units
References: Used

In 1995, exactly 50 years after the end of the bloodiest conflict in human history, another one ended. This conflict was fought for 3 years in the Balkan nation of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Despite the horrors that WWII had caused in the region, this new war had many aspects in common with it. It had pro-fascist actors fighting for the creation of a “greater nation;” it had ultranationalists fighting for the assimilation of their territories into the motherland; lastly, it had a specific ethnic group trapped in a war where the goal was to destroy them. Even more, it marked the beginning of what is still today a huge case for Human Rights violations. When discussing the violations of basic Human Rights today in Bosnia it is impossible not to think about the war of 1992-1995. The reason being that almost all of the violations today trace back to the beginning and events of that war.…

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