David Rohde

from The Great Debate:

It never happened: How to deny genocide in the face of science

By David Rohde
July 17, 2015

A forensic expert searches for remains of Bosnian Muslims in a mass grave near Srebrenica

A forensic expert searches for remains of Bosnian Muslims in a mass grave near Srebrenica July 10, 2007. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

from The Great Debate:

Peacekeeping in time of war, with genocidal results

By David Rohde
July 9, 2015

Fadila Efendic prays near memorial plaques at the Potocari genocide memorial centre near Srebrenica

Fadila Efendic prays near memorial plaques at the Potocari genocide memorial centre near Srebrenica, March 18, 2015. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

In Bosnia, are outsiders the answer, or the problem?

By David Rohde
February 15, 2014

 

11,541 red chairs line Titova street in Sarajevo as the city marks the 20th anniversary of the start of the Bosnian war, on April 6, 2012. The country remains deeply divided, power shared between Serbs, Croats and Muslims in a single state ruled by ethnic quotas and united by the weakest of central governments. Reuters/Dado Ruvic

Will a billion ‘selfies’ cause us to miss history?

By David Rohde
December 18, 2013

This week, Ron Haviv described to me the first time one of his photographs changed history.

An American intervention gone partly right

By David Rohde
April 27, 2012

SARAJEVO – Seventeen years and $17 billion later, Bosnia is at peace today, but it is stillborn.

At the site of a European massacre, fears of genocide by ballot

By David Rohde
April 20, 2012

SREBRENICA, BOSNIA — Six months from now, a municipal election will be held in this isolated mining town, the scene of the largest massacre in Europe since World War Two.