Muhamed Sacirbey


There Were No Taliban in Bosnia

By Muhamed Sacirbey

The little most Americans know about Bosnia is that it was the scene of murderous orgies and ethnic cleansing during the 1990s. There is far more to the land where I was born, of course, but at least this simplistic view is accurate — which is more than can be said for the revisionist history of the war now being peddled by some of those who helped bring it to an end.Read More


International Law Itself on Trial In Milosevic’s War Crimes Case

By Muhamed Sacirbey

Slobodan Milosevic had a pleasant demeanor when we sat down in Dayton, Ohio, nine years ago to negotiate peace in Bosnia. He was engaging, accessible and charismatic, and even when an impish smile would cloud over his face, the result was less a storm than a soggy downpour.Toward worthy adversaries and mediators, Milosevic employed a seductionRead More



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