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Janerik Larsson: Slavenka Drakulić om Europas lärdomar

  Slobodan Praljak brings a bottle to his lips, during a Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands. Praljak died after apparently taking poison at the United Nations tribunal. After nearly a quarter century of prosecuting Balkan wars atrocities, the United Nations Yugoslav war crimes tribunal is closing down with no fugitives left on the run, many major suspects convicted but denial of crimes and glorification of war criminals still rife in the region.
 Slobodan Praljak brings a bottle to his lips, during a Yugoslav War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague, Netherlands. Praljak died after apparently taking poison at the United Nations tribunal. After nearly a quarter century of prosecuting Balkan wars atrocities, the United Nations Yugoslav war crimes tribunal is closing down with no fugitives left on the run, many major suspects convicted but denial of crimes and glorification of war criminals still rife in the region.
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Slavenka Drakulić har ägnat mycket av sitt författarskap åt att analysera lärdomarna från det som hände på 1990-talet i det som då var Jugoslavien.

En central fråga för henne är hur man ska hantera nationalismens virus. Om det har hon skrivit i böcker som ‘Balkan Express’ (1993), ‘As If I Am Not There’ (1999) och ‘They Would Not Hurt a Fly’ (2004). 

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