is a change in both tone and commemoration. For the first 5 years, Except for the still grieving mothers and family of the mostly yet unidentified victims, no one dared even observe the anniversary. We were lectured that it was not consistent with Dayton for Bosnians and Herzegovinians to scratch an old wound best left untouched.
How do international tribunals operating during war to secure justice affect the work of peacemakers? Do they help bring parties to the peace table, or do they hinder the prospects for peace? Please join us as Senior Fellow Joyce Neu discusses her research. Thursday, July 5, 2007.
They preach but do not confess. They demand forgetfulness but ask for no forgiveness. Perhaps they believe that by preaching to the victims, they will then avoid accountability for their own failings. Their sermons cannot go unchallenged. These are efforts at rewriting history.