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CONTENTS

AUTHOR’S NOTE

PROLOGUE

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

CONTEXT

I. WAR

SECTION 1: OFFICIALDOM

1. INSIDE: “ESTEEMED MR. CARRINGTON”

2. OUTSIDE: A CONVENIENT EUPHEMISM

3. INSIDE: ANGELS AND ANIMALS

4. OUTSIDE: CARTER AND CONSCIENCE

5. INSIDE: “IF I LEFT, EVERYONE WOULD FLEE”

6. OUTSIDE: NONE OF OUR BUSINESS

7. INSIDE: SILAJDŽI?

8. OUTSIDE: UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES

9. INSIDE: THE BREAD FACTORY

10. OUTSIDE: ELEGANT TABLES

SECTION 2: VICTIMS OR AGENTS?

11. INSIDE: THE UNSPEAKABLE

12. OUTSIDE: THE POLITICS OF RAPE

13. INSIDE: AN UNLIKELY SOLDIER

14. OUTSI DE: HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY

15. INSIDE: WOMEN ON THE SIDE

16. OUTSIDE: CONTACT SPORT

SECTION 3: DEADLY STEREOTYPES

17. INSIDE: AN ARTIFICIAL WAR

18. OUTSIDE: CLASHES

19. INSIDE: CROSSING THE FAULT LINE

20. OUTSIDE: “THE TRUTH ABOUT GORAŽDE”

21. INSIDE: LOYAL

22. OUTSI DE: PENTAGON SYMPATHIES

23. INSIDE: FAMILY FRIENDS

24. OUTSIDE: EXTREMISTS

SECTION 4: FISSURES AND CONNECTIONS

25. INSIDE: FAMILY TIES

26. OUTSIDE: FEDERATION

27. INSIDE: SCHOOL DAYS

28. OUTSIDE: FORCES AND COUNTERFORCES

29. INSIDE: BLOOD

30. OUTSIDE: TRADE-OFFS

31. INSIDE: GRIM LULLABY

SECTION 5: THE END APPROACHES

32. OUTSIDE: SECURITY AND COOPERATION

33. INSIDE: SARAJEVO CINDERELLA

34. OUTSIDE: FAILURE AT SREBRENICA

35. INSIDE: MAGBULA’S PARROT

36. OUTSIDE: THE ACCIDENT

37. INSIDE: BOYS PRETENDING

38. OUTSIDE: BOMBS AND BLUFFS

39. INSIDE: SIDE BY SIDE

40. OUTSIDE: DECISIONS AT DAYTON

II. PEACE

SECTION 6: AFTER DAYTON

41. INSIDE: MORNING HAS BROKEN

42. OUTSIDE: WAITING FOR CHRISTMAS

43. INSIDE: SERB EXODUS

44. OUTSIDE: REFUGEES IN AUSTRIA

45. INSIDE: REFUGEES AT THE RESIDENCE

46. OUTSIDE: DIPLOBABBLE

47. INSIDE: DISPLACED

48. OUTSIDE: SOWING AND REAPING

49. INSIDE: BANJA LUKA BITTERNESS

SECTION 7: IMPERFECT JUSTICE

50. OUTSIDE: WAR CRIMINALS

51. INSIDE: UNCATCHABLE

52. OUTSIDE: EVENHANDED

53. INSIDE: NO JUSTICE IN SREBRENICA

54. OUTSIDE: THE TRIBUNAL

55. INSIDE: WAITING FOR THE TRUTH

56. OUTSIDE: INTELLIGENCE AND POLITICAL WILL

57. INSIDE: PROFESSOR, PERPETRATOR, PRESIDENT

SECTION 8: INTERNATIONAL INADEQUACIES

58. OUTSIDE: THE FOURTH WARRING PARTY

59. INSIDE: CITY SIGNS

60. OUTSIDE: OUT OF STEP

61. INSIDE: BY A THREAD

62. OUTSIDE: MISSING

63. INSIDE: SURVIVING THE PEACE

64. OUTSIDE: PRESS TOUR

SECTION 9: WOMEN’S INITIATIVE

65. INSIDE: ORGANIZED FOR ACTION

66. OUTSIDE: LYONS

67. INSIDE: “WHAT’S AN NGO?”

68. OUTSIDE: SKEWED

69. INSIDE: A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN

70. OUTSI DE: “WITH ALL DUE RESPECT”

SECTION 10: RECREATING COMMUNITY

71. INSIDE: BEETHOVEN’S FIFTH

72. OUTSIDE: “NEITHER FREE NOR FAIR”

73. INSIDE: SARAJEVO RED

74. OUTSIDE: RE-LEAF

75. INSIDE: WATERMELONS

76. OUTSIDE: ARIZONA

77. INSIDE: THREE HUNDRED GOLD COINS

78. OUTSI DE: MISTRUST IN MOSTAR

79. INSIDE: NEW BRIDGES

80. OUTSIDE: AIR FORCE ONE

BRIDGING: SIX LESSONS FROM BOSNIA

1. TEST TRUISMS

2. QUESTION STEREOTYPES

3. FIND OUT-OF-POWER ALLIES

4. APPRECIATE DOMESTIC DYNAMICS

5. FIND FAULT

6. EMBRACE RESPONSIBILITY

EPILOGUE

NOTES

PROLOGUE

CONTEXT

SECTION 1. OFFICIALDOM

SECTION 2. VICTIMS OR AGENTS?

SECTION 3. DEADLY STEREOTYPES

SECTION 4. FISSURES AND CONNECTIONS

SECTION 5. THE END APPROACHES

SECTION 6. AFTER DAYTON

SECTION 7. IMPERFECT JUSTICE

SECTION 8. INTERNATIONAL INADEQUACIES

SECTION 9. WOMEN’S INITIATIVE

SECTION 10. RECREATING COMMUNITY

BRIDGING

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Additional Information

ISBN
9780822394099
Related ISBN
9780822349754
MARC Record
OCLC
1054007475
Launched on MUSE
2018-09-19
Language
English
Open Access
Yes
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