(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, October 19, 2019 Nobel Prize Award to Peter Handke Provokes Storm of "Genocide Denier"
Srebrenica is again one of the central issues after the Nobel Literature Prize committee announced the 2019 winner, Austrian writer Peter Handke...it is not at all clear why a writer should be required to assent to that discredited propaganda claim in order to prove his literary worth.
(2 comments) SHARE Wednesday, September 25, 2019 Was Clinton's Bombing of Yugoslavia "Worth It"?
For the last eleven years, our website has been the most respectable and comprehensive scholarly resource available on the internet about events in Srebrenica in July of 1995.
(9 comments) SHARE Sunday, September 15, 2019 Chris Hedges: Exuberant journalism with egg on its face
Chris Hedges is a highly intelligent person who most of the time gets things right. He is totally wrong however on Srebrenica and the Bosnian war, including here in this YouTube lecture excerpt entitled "American Nonintervention and the Bosnian War".
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, July 29, 2019 Clinton Era Bosnia War, Precedent to the "War on Terror"
The "Srebrenica massacre" is the greatest triumph of propaganda to emerge from the Balkan wars.....It is the symbol of Serb 'evil' and Bosnian Muslim 'victimhood', and the justice of the Western dismantling of Yugoslavia and intervention there at many levels, including a bombing war and colonial occupations of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo.--- Edward S. Herman, (R.I.P.).
(2 comments) SHARE Friday, July 19, 2019 NATO 1999 Bombing of Yugoslavia a "War Crime" Ignored
The NATO bombing of Yugoslavia was the NATO military operation against Yugoslavia during the Kosovo War. The air strikes lasted from March 24, 1999 to June 10, 1999. The official NATO operation code name was Operation Allied Force; the United States called it "Operation Noble Anvil.(Wikipedia)
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, July 5, 2019 The Saker interviews Stephen Karganovic
As I witnessed firsthand the unconventional legal procedures of the Hague Tribunal, which is a polite way of saying its complete alienation from the traditions of civilized jurisprudence, I became shocked. There did not seem to be much substance to the charge sheets. The remark once made by a hubristic US judge that "we can convict a ham sandwich,"
(10 comments) SHARE Tuesday, June 25, 2019 The Bosnia War: The Unseen "Evidence"
One of the key evidentiary issues that arose during several ICTY Srebrenica trials was the right of the accused to conduct an independent examination of the forensic evidence used against them.
(6 comments) SHARE Monday, June 3, 2019 Will Canada Punish Denying Something Even if it is Not True?
Canadian legislators should ponder the fact that Canada does not have a Holocaust denial law protecting the dignity of six million victims, yet its parliament is contemplating a massive curtailment of its citizens' civil rights in a matter involving 8,000 unverified deaths.