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Propaganda, Delusion, and Making your Own Reality

I’m an avid reader of history. If you study geopolitics you probably are too. And so we face the same problem: The rewriting of objective events in a deliberately manipulative manner that obscures the truth of the case. 605 more words


Capital of Pain: Srebrenica

Imagine a country, every step gives you a story under it’s soil. Imagine a country, you feel hundreds of kids around you but you won’t see any. 559 more words

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Bosnia: Mostar

My first of three stops in Bosnia was picturesque Mostar, famous for Stari Most (literally Old Bridge), one of the most beautiful and historic bridges in all the world. 385 more words


Bosnia: a multinational state?

Bosnia is a country where 95% of the population is made up of constituent nations: Serbs, Croats and Bosniaks. It should be noted that none of these three groups can be considered either a minority or immigrant, as all three are mentioned in the country’s constitution. 739 more words

A Day in Novi Pazar, Serbia

Novi Pazar is the cultural capital for Bosniaks living in Serbia and as the many minarets indicate, the town is still predominately Bosniak.

For 500 years Novi Pazar was an important city for those traveling by horse or on foot between the Adriatic Coast and Serbia, serving as a stopover and major crossroads for journeys in the Balkans. 252 more words


Sorting Through Ethnicities in the Former Yugoslavia

A quick refresher on the terminology applied to Slavs living in the countries comprising the former Yugoslavia.


Džejla Glavović -Bosnian Model

Džejla Glavović (Bosnian, in Cyrillic: Џејла Главовић) is an international beauty queen and a Bosnian fashion model. She was crowned in the… 366 more words

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