Bosnia and Herzegovina

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  • Sarajevo: Bosnia and Herzegovina

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    SARAJEVO (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA) I landed in the capital of Bosnia early in the morning , while the city was still waking up. It was the first time I was in this part of Europe, and I was pretty excited to see what is waiting for me. I heard many stories about the Bosnian war, but I was positively surprised while I was driving with a cab around the city. Moreover, it looks quite modern, though truth be told, here and there you can see the scars of the war. The hotel where I stayed is the greatest

  • Essay about Causes of Unemployment in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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    2. Methods This report aims to investigate causes of unemployment in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as problems and solutions of unemployment in this country. Exploration of causes of unemployment is analyzed by utilizing of the book written by Rajko Tomas entitled Nezaposleni. Moreover, data related to problems of unemployment in Bosnia and Herzegovina is gathered from the book by Miomir Jaksic entitled Makroekonomija. The articles related to poverty and going abroad of young population are collected

  • Battle and Siege of Sarajevo to Recognize Bosnia and Herzegovina as Its Own State

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    that records the events within the city from April 5th 1992 to February 28th 1994. The document’s purpose is to shine a light and describe the consequence of the Battle of Sarajevo and its violations of human law. Sarajevo is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The city’s name is derived from ‘Seraglio’, meaning ‘palace in the fields’ in Turkish. Sarajevo’s history dates back to Roman times with the Slavs eventually conquering the area. The cities architecture is comprised of 3 influences, which

  • Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina on GDP, Poverty and Migration 1990-2012

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    behind trends so we might mitigate in a productive and beneficial way. Also it is imprtant to understand the trends that occur after particular events so we might predict future needs. This report will look at two developing countries, Serbia and Bosnia and Hercegovina(BIH), who share a bloody past, one from the position of agresor, one of an occupied country. The aim is to see how the the conflict and its consequences influenced their GDP, poverty levels and migrations. And how has the change in

  • Genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo

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    Genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo Abstract As a criminal investigator, I choose to view the genocide that occurred in Bosnia -Herzegovina and Kosovo as plain ordinary murder, albeit murder on a massive scale and murder that has many different types of victims. In this paper I tried to outline some of the background of the country and its people attempting to show these events as a crime scene. Introduction The purpose of this paper was to inform of the genocides that took

  • Ethnic Conflict Of The Soviet Union

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    disassembled over what historians would argue was “The bloodiest war in Europe since World War II” (Multi-Ethnic Conflict: Yugoslavia.). Yugoslavia was a country composed of six republics- The socialist republic of Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, and Slovenia. The country was created after world war one in 1929 and was under the control of the Soviet Union up until 1991 when the Soviet Union broke apart. With the fall of the Soviet Union came the inevitable turmoil, violence

  • Essay on The Bosnian War: the Fight for Independence

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    The Bosnian War: the Fight for Independence In 1992 Bosnia and Herzegovina had one the biggest genocide to come after WWII, in turn killing over 800,000 civilians. The war consisted of two factions, the Croats and Serbs, both wanting territory in Bosnia. Soon Radovan Karadžić, former Bosnian Serb president, created a special army to support the Serbs, soon the Serbs started the new policy for “ethnic cleansing” many areas of non-Serb. For it was later that it was to be decided that is was complete

  • Genocide, The Rwandan Genocide And The Bosnian Genocide

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    Three genocides that have taken place since the Holocaust are the Cambodian genocide, the Rwandan genocide, and The Bosnian Genocide. The term genocide was defined by the United Nations in 1948 meaning following acts such as killing, causing serious physical/mental harm, or deliberately inflicting conditions of life calculated to bring physical destruction, with intent to destroy a national, ethnic, racial, or religious group. Genocides do not just happen out of nowhere, often it is due to long-standing

  • Essay on Pan-Slavism: the Cause of Wwi

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    tension was caused by the threat Pan-Slavism posed on Austria-Hungary due to its high Slavic population and its recent annexation of Bosnia Herzegovina. Another tension-builder was that Russia, a Slavic nation and a super-power at the time, was fully supporting this movement, thereby indirectly challenging Austria-Hungary

  • The Soldier And The Changing State

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    is Bosnia, which was subjected to a violent ethnic conflict following the breakup of Yugoslavia in 1991. There has been a lot of literature dealing with the democratization of the Bosnian military over the past twenty years, and taken in chronological order they reveal the gradual success