A Century of Lessons in Bosnia? An Interview with Dr. Marko Attila Hoare

June 18, 2014

dr-marko-attila-hoareDr. Marko Attila Hoare is an Associate Professor of Economics, Politics and History at Kingston University in London, UK. The author of four books on Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH), his most recent text, The Bosnian Muslims in the Second World War, is now available from Oxford University Press. His first book, How Bosnia Armed, is arguably the most significant study of the military-political aspects of the Bosnian War and has regained critical currency today because of events in Ukraine—ones bearing striking (and deeply troubling) similarities with the Bosnian experience. Read more


Dr. Hoare Responds: Adviser to President Josipovic Supports Great Serbian Propaganda

February 3, 2014

dr-marko-attila-hoare“If Jovic were simply a scholar expressing his private opinion, it would not matter that his work rehabilitates Milosevic and the JNA. It would not matter that he praises a propaganda pamphlet with no academic value, that supports Croatia’s territorial dismemberment and denies the Srebrenica genocide. Jovic has the right, as a scholar, to express his views freely. But he is the Croatian president’s chief analyst and special coordinator. It is dangerous to both Croatia and Bosnia-Hercegovina for someone holding such views, and with such poor analytical judgement and grasp of reality, to occupy the position that he does.” Read more


Incorrect media reports about the charges against Ratko Mladic

June 13, 2011

Author: Daniel Toljaga

Associated Press and Reuters — two major global news agencies — are both feeding the public misleading information about the charges against Ratko Mladic.

Throughout their news reporting, they unceasingly repeat the inaccurate information that Mladic is charged only with genocide at Srebrenica and the siege of Sarajevo.

The fact of the matter is that former commander of the Bosnian Serb army currently before the International Criminal Tribunal is charged with orchestrating genocide not only at Srebrenica, but also in a number of other Bosnian municipalities: Bratunac, Foča, Ključ, Kotor Varoš, Prijedor, Sanski Most, Vlasenica and Zvornik. Read more


Serbs must recognize aggression against Bosnia and Herzegovina

May 27, 2011

Haris Alibasic, MPA, President of CNAB Board of Directors, took part in NTN24 program Zoom a la Noticia, on May 26, 2011 at 10:45 pm EST. NTN24 viewers benefited from the information he provided on the issue of the arrest of the war criminal Ratko Mladic.
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Mladic arrest only one step towards peace and stability

May 27, 2011

Hamdija Custovic, spokesperson for the CNAB Board of Directors spoke to CNN reporter Moni Basu  regarding the arrest of Serb war criminal Ratko Mladic.  Along with his personal story of witnessing the aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina and brutal detainment of Bosniak civilians in his hometown of Gacko , he expressed views held by CNAB regarding the peace and reconciliation process in the Balkans.  Read more


Interview: Dr. Marko Attila Hoare, recipient of the 2010 CNAB Award

July 18, 2010

Author: Haris Alibašić, MPA

Dr. Marko Attila Hoare is a Reader at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Kingston University (London) and is the European Neighbourhood Section Director of the Henry Jackson Society Read more


Interview with Nihada Hodzic, Survivor of the Zaklopaca Massacre

February 14, 2010

Interviewer: Daniel Toljaga
Institute for the Research of Genocide, Canada (IRGC)
(The interview first appeared as a guest post on the official blog of Dr. Marko Attila Hoare, a world renowned British historian and a member of the IRGC, on Feb 12 2010).

Srebrenica region, three years before the Genocide
From April to June 1992, Serb forces plundered and torched hundreds of Bosniak Read more


INTERVIEW: What should Bosniaks expect of Butmir negotiations?

October 10, 2009

ChicagoRaja: The purpose for our meeting with the President of the Board of CNAB, mr. Haris Alibašić is the announcement of new talks about the political situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), organized by the international community. Read more


INTERVIEW: Haris Alibasic – We Seek a Long Term Sustainable Solution for Bosnia and Herzegovina

August 5, 2009 Vice President Biden’s recent visit to Sarajevo signaled the return of U.S. involvement in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) which many political analysts in our country and around the world interpreted as a beginning Read more


INTERVIEW: Greek journalist sued for writing about the presence of Greek paramilitaries in Bosnia

August 5, 2009

Interviewer: Daniel Toljaga
Congress of North American Bosniaks

On 27 July 2009 Mr. Stavros Vitalis, representing the Panhellenic Macedonian Front, filed a libel suit against the acclaimed journalist Read more


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