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  • EU enlargement and the Balkans - the view from Brussels
    Monday, 03 April, 2006: John Palmer
    John Palmer has recently stepped down as Director of the Brussels-based European Policy Centre, a post he had held since 1997. Before that he served as European editor of The Guardian for twenty-two years.

  • Montenegro on the threshold
    Monday, 06 March, 2006: Srdjan Darmanovic
    Srdjan Darmanovic is director of the Centre for Democracy and Human Rights in Podgorica, where he also teaches comparative politics at the university

  • The challenges facing Serbia
    Monday, 06 February, 2006: Cedomir Jovanovic
    Cedomir Jovanovic leads the recently formed Liberal Democratic Party in Serbia. Deputy prime minister after Ðindic’s assassination, Jovanovic has since leaving DS in December 2004 marked himself out among Serbian politicians by openly favouring a negotiated independence for Kosovo, calling for a positive attitude to Bosnian integration, and adopting a highly critical stance towards his country’s clerical establishment

  • Kuduz
    Monday, 05 December, 2005: Ademir Kenovic (director)

  • Renewal and remembrance in Bosanska Krajina
    Monday, 05 September, 2005: Ed Vulliamy, with Kemal Pervanic, Sebina Sivac and Isabelle Wesselingh
    The purchase by Mittal Steel of the Omarska mine complex, and the campaign by camp survivors to ensure continued exhumation of possible mass grave sites and the establishment of an appropriate memorial to the victims, had given this theme new and particular urgency.

  • Bringing life back to Srebrenica
    Monday, 04 July, 2005: Abel Hertzberger
    preceded by a launch event for Raw Memory – Prijedor, laboratory of ethnic cleansing, by Isabelle Wesselingh and Arnaud Vaulerin, published by Saqi in association with The Bosnian Institute

  • Cultural heritage and postwar recovery in B-H
    Monday, 06 June, 2005: Amra Hadzimuhamedovic
    Amra Hadžimuhamedovic chairs the Commission to Preserve National Monuments set up under Annex 8 of the Dayton peace agreement, and is a leading authority on the architectural heritage of Bosnia-Herzegovina. On Monday 6 June she presented an extremely informative and challenging survey of the present situation in B-H in respect to cultural heritage, its preservation and restoration, stressing also its vital importance for social, economic, political and even spiritual renewal. This was followed by a wide-ranging discussion of issues affecting many dimensions of B-H life today and tomorrow.

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