In July 1995, I faced certain death at the hands of Ratko Mladić’s army. A man named Kenneth Biser saved me.
Emir Suljagic is ex-deputy defence minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina. He teaches International Relations at the International University of Sarajevo
The Bosnian war may have ended 25 years ago, but a new one is waged over the memory of the genocide victims.
What is behind the decision to award a genocide denier a Nobel Prize?
As survivors of the Bosnia massacres are leaving this world, the threat of history repeating itself is bigger than ever.
The land swap between Kosovo and Serbia will inevitably lead to another disaster in Bosnia and Herzegovina.