Volume 1, Issue 2, January–March 2000

ISSN: 1524-8879 (Print) 1874-6306 (Online)

In this issue (16 articles)

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    Special Issue on Human Rights in Bosnia and the Balkans

    Editor’s Introduction

    Thomas Cushman Page 8
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    Ideals and Realities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Secession, law, and rights: The case of the former Yugoslavia

    Daniel Kofman Pages 9-26
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    Ideals and Realities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    The Bosnian paradigm

    Rusmir Mahmutcehajić Pages 27-37
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    Ideals and Realities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    The quest for tolerance in Sarajevo’s textbooks

    Robert J. Donia Pages 38-55
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    Ideals and Realities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Anticipating consequences: What Bosnia taught us about healing the wounds of war

    Judith Pintar Pages 56-66
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    A Symposium on Kosovo and Human Rights

    Introduction

    Sabrina P. Ramet Pages 67-68
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    A Symposium on Kosovo and Human Rights

    Human rights and the war in Kosovo

    Eric D. Gordy Pages 69-77
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    A Symposium on Kosovo and Human Rights

    Priority for human rights or for international law?

    Christine von Kohl Pages 88-93
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    A Symposium on Kosovo and Human Rights

    Law, war, and Kosovo: Further loosening the bands of wickedness

    James Gow Pages 94-102
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    A Symposium on Kosovo and Human Rights

    Western Media and the “other Serbia”

    Nafsika Papanikolatos Pages 113-126
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    A Symposium on Kosovo and Human Rights

    Evil and the obsolescence of state sovereignty

    Sabrina P. Ramet Pages 127-135
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    A Symposium on Kosovo and Human Rights

    Left behind: American socialists, human rights, and Kosovo

    Ian Williams Pages 136-146
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    A Symposium on Kosovo and Human Rights

    Human rights and the responsibility of intellectuals

    Thomas Cushman Pages 147-162