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European Integration and the Western Balkans

von Prof. Dr. Avni Mazrreku

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[1.] Ama/Fragment 108 01 - Diskussion
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Ama, BauernOpfer, Fragment, Gesichtet, SMWFragment, Schutzlevel sysop, Stiglmayer 1994

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[Its members were confronted by the additional problem that Russia, where weapons abound and where strong communist for-]ces were still active, took Serbia's side for historical, religious and ideological reasons.

When the war began in 1991, the UN Security Council at first declared an arms embargo against Yugoslavia. It could not have done the Serbian side a bigger favour, for the Serbs were backed by the Yugoslav Federal Army with its gigantic arms and munitions arsenals, whereas, in the beginning, the Croats and Muslims had no weapons at all. This is the reason why the Serbian army was able to conquer large portions of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. In March 1992, the UN Security Council sent UN soldiers into the former Yugoslavia. Their mandate, however, defined them as "peacekeeping force" and not as "peacemaking force"; this means that they could not use force in any of their activities. And their mere presence did not impressed [sic] anyone.372 Today, the Muslims are crowded into some 15-20 percent of the area of Bosnia and Herzegovina and bewail the loss of 150,000 to 200,000 of their people. For the most part these people did not die from the grenades or bombs, but were deliberately murdered in intentional acts of mass destruction by the Serbian military forces. To distinguish the fact that genocide was occurring, the international community used the term "ethnic cleansing".


371 Stinglmayer, Alexandra, Mass Rape: The war against Women in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Nebraska 1994, p. 22

372 Ibid, p. 23.

Its members are confronted by the additional problem that Russia, where weapons abound and where strong Communist forces are still active, takes Serbia’s side for historical, religious, and ideological reasons. [...]

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When the war began in 1991, the UN Security Council at first declared an arms embargo against Yugoslavia. It could not have done the Serbian side a bigger favor, for the Serbs are backed by the Yugoslavian Federal Army with its gigantic arms and munitions arsenals, whereas in the beginning the Croats and Muslims had no weapons at all. This is the reason the Serbian army was able to conquer large portions of Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

In March 1992 the UN Security Council sent UN soldiers into the former Yugoslavia. Their mandate, however, defines them as a “peacekeeping force” and not as a “peacemaking force”; this means that they may not use force in any of their activities. And their mere presence has not impressed anyone. [...]

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Today the Muslims are crowded together on 15-20 percent of the area of Bosnia-Herzegovina and bewail the loss of 150,000 to 200,000 of their people. For the most part these people did not die from grenades or bombs but were deliberately murdered in intentional acts of mass destruction by the Serbian military forces. To disguise the fact that genocide is occurring, the international community uses the term “ethnic cleansing.”

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(SleepyHollow02), WiseWoman

[2.] Ama/Fragment 108 27 - Diskussion
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14,000 persons were sent to Serbian-occupied territories of Croatia and had the task of demilitarising the crisis zone and facilitating the return of Croatian refugees. Because they had no means of bringing pressure to bear, they were far from their goal. The 8,000 UN soldiers who had accompanied aid convoys in Bosnia and Herzegovina since October 1992 could use weapons only if a convoy was actually attacked. Because they had no mandate to intervene in any battles, they had to look on without acting, whilst the civilian population was massacred. At first the fight ban in Bosnia and Herzegovina, passed by the UN Security Council in October 1992, did not dictate punishment for non-observance. Not until six months later, after the Serbians had done their work, did NATO provide planes authorized to shoot down hostile military aircraft.

The Community of nations has, been investigating war crimes in the former Yugoslavia only superficially.

The 14,000 UN soldiers who were sent to the Serbian-occupied territories of Croatia have the task of demilitarizing the crisis zones and facilitating the return of Croatian refugees. Because they have no means of bringing pressure to bear, they are as far from their goal today as they were at the outset. The 8,000 UN soldiers who have been accompanying and protecting aid convoys in Bosnia-Herzegovina since October 1992 may use force only if a convoy is actually attacked. Every barricade at which they are “peaceably” stopped presents an insurmountable barrier. Because they may not intervene in any battles, they have to look on without acting as the civilian population is massacred. At first the flight ban over Bosnia-Herzegovina, passed by the UN Security Council in October

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1992, did not dictate punishment for nonobservance. Not until six months later, after the Serbian air force had done its work, did NATO provide planes authorized to shoot down hostile military aircraft.

[...]

The community of nations has been investigating war crimes in the former Yugoslavia only superficially.

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