Bosnia and Herzegovina
The Black Flag in the Balkans: The Islamic State's Links to Bosnia
As many as 300 Bosnians have joined the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and security officials fear that few opportunities for Bosnia's young men could lead even more to join violent radical jihadist groups.
Using Art to Move Forward After Bosnia's Legacy of Mass Rape
Up to 50,000 women are estimated to have been raped during the Bosnian War. On the 20th anniversary of its peace agreement, feminist artists and activists are questioning what it means to be Bosnian.
War Crimes Trial Ends as Divisive Election Nears in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The five-year trial of suspected war criminal and former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic came to a close this week, just as voters in Bosnia and Herzegovina were due to head to the polls.
Dutch Forces Found at Fault in the Srebrenica Massacre — 20 Years Later
A court ruled that Dutch troops knew at the time there was a serious risk to 300 Bosnian men killed by Serbian forces at Srebrenica in 1995.
Remembering Srebrenica on the Anniversary of the 1995 Balkans Massacre
In July 1995, more than 8,000 “Bosniaks” (Bosnian Muslims) were systematically killed by Serb soldiers in what is sometimes called the lone act of European genocide since World War II. It was the culmination of three years of ethnic cleansing.