22 Sep
Mladic and the ‘March of Folly’ | Foreign Policy
By Michael Dobbs
The Oric raids helped create what Marko Prelec, an analyst for the International Crisis Group, called “a reservoir of rage” among the Serb population of the Drina valley, the “belief that they [the Muslims] will do it to us if we do not do it to them…there was a kind of desperation, a feeling that if we do the right thing with all these prisoners of war, they will join the tsunami of Bosnians breaking over our heads.”
FULL ARTICLE (Foreign Policy)
Photo: Wall of Names at the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial
Credit: nicointokio/Flickr

Mladic and the ‘March of Folly’ | Foreign Policy

By Michael Dobbs

The Oric raids helped create what Marko Prelec, an analyst for the International Crisis Group, called “a reservoir of rage” among the Serb population of the Drina valley, the “belief that they [the Muslims] will do it to us if we do not do it to them…there was a kind of desperation, a feeling that if we do the right thing with all these prisoners of war, they will join the tsunami of Bosnians breaking over our heads.”

FULL ARTICLE (Foreign Policy)

Photo: Wall of Names at the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial

Credit: nicointokio/Flickr

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