The retrospective history of the Federation of Bosnia & Herzegovina

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Obituary for the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992–1995)
By Francis A. Boyle, Professor of International Law, 12 December 1995. On 15 December 1995, the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina will be carved up in Paris. Bosnia is to be sacrificed on the altar of Great Power politics to the Machiavellian god of expedience. This U.N.-sanctioned execution of a U.N. Member State violates every known principle of international law.
RTV Tuzla interview with Pres. Izetbegovic
RTV interview, BosNet, 4 February 1999. Surviving 1993 meant that we were going to survive. The result from 1993 to 1999 is positive. these movements of population, this ethnic cleansing, will probably leave a lasting scar on Bosnia. We are trying to create a state out of three peoples, which had been drawn into a conflict from somebody else. Appended is a comment by Frances Boyle.
Srebrenica must not become another statistic of war
News Release Issued by the International Secretariat of Amnesty International, 11 July 2000. The UN Secretary General's report (November 1999) said; “… not since the horrors of World War II had Europe witnessed massacres on this scale…“. The prosecution of those thought to be responsible for committing human rights abuses in Srebrenica is the only way in which the relatives of the missing may ever learn what happened to their loved ones and recover their remains.