Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law
“GENOCIDE means any of the acts committed with intent to destroy in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group.”

        UN Genocide Convention

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PUBLICATIONS


Prof. Dr. Smail Čekić



AGGRESSION AGAINST BOSNIA AND GENOCIDE AGAINST BOSNIACS 1991-1993
Sarajevo 1995

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 1995, 442 pages.

(History of genocide against Bosniacs; Armament of Serb population; Dislocation of technical equipment, commands, units, and JNA establishments; The aggressor military formations, Rear security of aggressor commands, units, establishments; Annexes).

Acif Hodovic



GENOCIDE IN BOSNIA 1991-1995.
The exhibition of documentary photography
(Bilingual edition: Bosnian / English)
Sarajevo 1995

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo

(Introduction;
Massacres of civilians;
Sniping in the streets;
Sarajevo cemetery;
How to survive?;
The destruction of hospitals;
Culturocide;
The destruction of religious buildings;
The destruction of economic and other facilities of importance;
The destruction of residential areas;
The future of Bosnia.

Roy Gutman



WITNESS OF GENOCIDE
Sarajevo 1995

Council of the Congress of Bosnian Muslim Intellectuals in Sarajevo in cooperation with the Association of Muslims for Anti-genocide activities “MAG” Sarajevo and the Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, edition “SPECIALS”, Sarajevo 1995, 280 pages.

(Ethnic cleansing; Captives of the Serbian war; “Like Auschwitz”, death camp, Gulag; Bosnian horror of rape; Croatian – Muslim conflict; Shame in Bosnia; Hospital at the edge of survival; Unheard cries; Camps in Bosnia; French try to justify themselves for inactivity in Bosnia; Key role of Yugoslavia in the attack against Goražde).

Dževad Salkić



BEGINNING OF AGGRESSION AGAINST BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, Exhibition – TESTIMONIES FROM THE SCREEN
Two-language issue: Bosnian/English
Sarajevo 1995

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo and RTV of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bonn 31 August – 4 September 1995.

(Occupation of Bosnia and Herzegovina; Victims of genocide committed by the Arkan troops and other forces from Serbia; Crimes in Bijeljina, Višegrad, Foca, Kupres, Mostar, Bosanski Brod, Sarajevo, Capljina...; Attempts to take over Sarajevo; Persecution and mass murders; Destruction of infrastructure, educational, health, religious, and other facilities).

Textbook



“ETHNIC CLEANSING“ – GENOCIDE FOR “GREAT SERBIA“
Sarajevo 1996

Documentation from the Society for the endangered peoples (prepared by Tilman Zülch), Council of the Congress of Bosniac Intellectuals in Sarajevo, Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo and Bosnian Cultural Center Sarajevo, Sarajevo, January 1996, 355 pages.

(“Ethnic cleansing“: background and motives of “ethnic cleansing“; “Ethnic cleansing“ and international law; “Ethnic cleansing“ per regions; Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Vojvodina, Sandjak, Kosovo; How to overcome “ethnic cleansing“; Mass rapes in Bosnia and Herzegovina; It is not civil war but genocide; Do not capitulate before injustice).
DOCUMENTS ON CRIMES IN SREBRENICA
Photographs and facsimiles

Sarajevo 1997

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 12 July 1997, 56 pages.

(Introduction; Photographs; Map of Srebrenica – ''United Nations safe heaven''; Letters by General Janvier to General Mladic, 11 July 1995; Cessation of air strikes over Srebrenica, 11 July 1995, List of missing civilians, the Dutch battalion surrendered on 13 July 1995 to aggressor, and other).

Textbook



GENOCIDE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 1991-1995
Sarajevo 1997

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS from the International Congress for Documentation of genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bonn, 31 August - 4 September 1995, Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Gesellschaft für bedrohte Völker-International, Göttingen, Human rights Group for Bosnia, Kuala Lumpur, Sarajevo 1997, 814 pages.

(Aggression – the ambient of genocide; character of crimes; Documentation of committed crimes; Attitude of the International Community towards genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Codification of actions and punishment of crime).
DOCUMENTS ON GENOCIDE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 1992-1995
Photographs and facsimiles
Sarajevo 1998

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo and the Victimology Society of Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo, Sarajevo, April 1998, 100 pages.

(Massacres against civilians; Concentration camps; Sniper fire at the streets; Sarajevo cemeteries; Persecution from the original homes; How to survive; Destruction of Bosniacs; Culturcide; Demolition of sacral, economic, housing, and other facilities; Srebrenica – Bosniac “Gernica”.
DOCUMENTS ON CRIMES WHICH LAST
Srebrenica 1995-1998
Photographs
Sarajevo 1998

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo, July 1998.

(Introduction; The tenth circle of hell Bosniacs went through in Srebrenica; Finally, aftermath, piece of bread; unbearable uncertainty for the closest of yours; The quest for the truth on the sons and husbands).

Textbook



CRIMES AGAINST BOSNIACS IN SREBRENICA
DURING THE AGGRESSION AGAINST THE REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 1991-1995
Sarajevo 1998

TEXTBOOK, Edition “SREBRENICA 1995”, Volume 1, Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 1998, 470 pages.

(Slaughter in Srebrenica in July 1995; Behavior of the international community and its institutions towards crimes in Srebrenica; Jewish response to Srebrenica; Roots of the psychological violence over Srebrenica residents, The review of persons reported as missing during the occupation of Srebrenica in 1995; Media aspect of genocide against Bosniacs of Srebrenica; Testimonies; Documents).

Jusuf Kadrić



BRCKO: Genocide and testimonies
Sarajevo 1998

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 1998, 363 pages.

(Military preparations of crimes in Brcko; The events up to the beginning of attack against Brcko; Attempts to organize defense; Armed attack against Brcko; Collective centers; Silent occupation of town; Concentration camp Luka; Suffering in the occupied Brcko; Perpetrators of crimes; The most responsible planners and those who issued orders; Known perpetrators; Composition of population; Indictment charging Goran Jelisic and Ratko Cešic with genocide against Bosniacs).

DOCUMENTS ABOUT THE GENOCIDE IN SREBRENICA
Photos
(Bilingual edition: Bosnian / English)
Sarajevo 1998

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, 65 pages.

Introductory remarks;
Photos;
Sources.

Textbook



POETS FEAR OF REALITY
(16 answers to P. Handke’s WINTER TRAVELING TO SERBIA) / prepared by Tilman Zülch/ Sarajevo 1998

Council of the Congress of Bosniac Intellectuals in Sarajevo and Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, edition SPECIALS, No. 23, Sarajevo 1998, 105 pages.

(Talk finally to the victims of “Great Serbia“, Mr. Handke; Riding along the balcony; The writer Petar and his justice; Spiritual diminishing of politicized poets; Lonely truth chaser; Commentary on Handke; Stubborn missionary; Peter Handke in Frankfurt).

Prof. Dr. Norman Cigar



GENOCIDE IN BOSNIA:
Policy of “ethnic cleansing“
Sarajevo 1998

Bosnian cultural center Sarajevo (editor) and Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo (co-editor), Sarajevo 1998, 262 pages.

(Genocide – basic terms; Historical context – analytical tools or a shirt for insane person?; Preparatory phase – Arranging the road to genocide; Dilemma about responsibility – Did Muslims have other opportunities; Implementation phases – standard form of victimization; Denial syndrome – victims and observers).

Prof. Dr. Šemso Tucaković



MOSQUE ALADŽA – THE KILLED MONUMENT
Sarajevo 1998

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 1998, 270 pages.

(Foca on Drina; Symbol of Bosniac tradition; Time and place of origin; Period of prosperity; The seat of Sandjak; Mosque Aladža – Foca pearl; Monument of oriental culture; Philanthropist, Foundation of Hasan Nazir (son of Jusuf); Legend on the origin of Mosque, Builders, Master builder (Mimar-baša) and contractors, Masterpiece; Culturcide).

Textbook



CRIMES AGAINST BOSNIACS IN SREBRENICA DURING THE AGGRESSION AGAINST THE REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 1991-1995, Documents and testimonies I
Sarajevo 1999

Edition “SREBRENICA 1995.”, Volume 2, Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 1999, 652 pages.

(Crimes in Eastern Bosnia 1993; Demilitarization of Srebrenica and Žepa – disarmament of Bosniacs; Commencement of the aggressor offensive against Srebrenica, UN “protected area”; The Dutch Battalion surrendered the civilians to the aggressor; Suffering of civilians; Secret meeting in Belgrade – 15 July 1995; Mass and individual executions of civilians; Chemical weapons in the service of genocide; Testimonies; Indictment against General Krstic; Indictment and Judgment - Dražen Erdemovic).

Ramo Arnautović M.A.



CHILDREN IN THE MIDST OF WAR
Sarajevo 2000

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2000, 410 pages.

(Suffering of children in war; Deadly suffering of children; Other forms of children suffering, Graphical survey of suffering of Bosnia and Herzegovina children; Saving of children; Aggression against Bosnia and Herzegovina 1991-1995; Sheltering of children; Expectations and how to proceed; International regulations relative to human rights).

Dr. Muhamed Šestanović



CRIMES AGAINST THE PSYCHOLOGICAL INTEGRITY OF CHILDREN
Sarajevo 2000

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2000, 209 pages.

(Psychological trauma – entity of psychological disintegration; Theoretical and methodological bases for the analysis of psychological trauma of children; Crimes against psychological integrity – Results of the study; Crimes against psychological integrity – extent of disorder; Consequences of crimes against moral integrity; Importance of study of the consequences of crimes – conclusions and recommendations).

Fuad Purišević M.A.



PROTECTION OF WAR VETERANS IN THE FEDERATION OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Sarajevo 2000

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2000, 391 pages.

(History of the protection of war veterans; Modern systems of protection of war veterans; The regulations pertaining to the rights of war veterans in Bosnia and Herzegovina; The procedure to achieve the basic rights for the families of the killed, deceased, and missing soldiers, wartime and peacetime disabled veterans, and the deceased war veterans; The rights of the war veteran population as of WWII until today).

Prof. Dr. Norman Cigar



THE ROLE OF SERBIAN ORIENTALISTS IN JUSTIFICATION OF GENOCIDE AGAINST MUSLIMS OF THE BALKANS
Two-language issue – Bosnian/English
Sarajevo 2000

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo and Bosnian cultural center Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2000, 139 pages.

(Serbian orientalists ensure the scientific support; Orientalism and nationalism – development of symbiosis; Firm road to genocide; Muslims as an existential threat to everything; Constant threat; Muslim conspiracy against Serbia and West; Alerting mission; From analysis to advocacy – justification of genocide).

Prof. Dr. Boyle Francis Antony



BOSNIAN PEOPLE ACCUSES OF GENOCIDE:
Application before the International Court of Justice in the case Bosnia and Herzegovina versus Serbia to prevent and punish crime
Sarajevo 2000

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2000, 547 pages.

(Decision to file an Application relative to the application of Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Crime of Genocide (Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Yugoslavia – Serbia and Montenegro); Motion to initiate the proceedings; Motion to issue court injunction filed by the Government of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina of 29 March 1993; open Court sessions).

Prof. dr Smail Čekić



Prof. Muharem Kreso M.A.



Dr. Bećir Macić



GENOCIDE IN SREBRENICA, UNITED NATIONS “SAFE HEAVEN” IN JULY 1995
Sarajevo 2000

Edition “SREBRENICA 1995”, Volume 3, Institute for research of Crimes against humanity and international law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2000, 532 pages.

(UN Secretary General Report on Srebrenica of 15 November 1999; Lack of a good will to stop the aggression and prevent genocide against Bosniacs; Context of the events – circumstances in which the “UN safe heavens” were introduced in Bosnia and Herzegovina – introduction, definition, policy; Enforcement of the policy of “safe heaven” (controversies and obstructions); Attack against Srebrenica and use of air force; Covering of crimes; Assessment and lessons about genocide in Srebrenica; Character of “conflict” in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Annexes).

Textbook



CRIMES IN VRABANJA IN JULY 1993
Sarajevo 2001

Textbook, Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2001, 514 pages. (Bugojno – development of situation by the aggression; Planning and the participation of the Republic of Croatia in crimes; Events that preceded the crimes; Crimes in Vrbanja; Extent, forms, and characteristics of crimes; Victims of crimes; Responsibility for crimes; Annexes and documents, testimonies.

Enes Muraćević



KILLED AND MISSING VICTIMS OF CRIMES IN VOGOŠCA 1992-1995
Sarajevo 2001

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2001, 385 pages.

(Arrests of civilians; Camps, Mass and individual executions of civilians; Jovan Tintor crimes; Situation in the camp “Bunker”; Killings in “human shield”; Responsibility for the crimes of Dr. Nikola Poplašen; Killed and missing; Maps and documentary photographs).

Dr. Bećir Macić



CRIMES AGAINST PEACE
Sarajevo 2001

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2001, 530 pages.

(General term “aggression”; State projects; Incitement to aggression; Planning of aggression; Preparation of aggression; Execution plans; Subject of execution; Instruments of execution; Accessories to aggression; Illegal tools and manner of combating; Objects of aggression; Annexes).

Prof. Dr. Norman Cigar



VOJISLAV KOŠTUNICA AND FUTURE OF SERBIA
Sarajevo 2002

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo and KULT/B Sarajevo, 2002, 228 pages.

(Basic terms; Paradigm of a nationalist; Reality of political power and paradigm; Assessment of the indicators of changes; Confrontations in the past as a mirror of conflicts; Perspectives for the future; Conclusions and Annexes).

Ramo Arnautović M.A.



HOMES FOR ORPHANS OF WAR IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 1945-1960
Sarajevo 2003

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, 2003, 353 pages.

(Bosnian model; Search for the optimal – Period 1945-1948; Stabilization 1948-1952; Gradual closure – Period 1952-1960 and Final considerations).

Prof. Dr. Ismet Dizdarević



REMEMBRANCE TO THE CUTS OF GENOCIDE
Sarajevo 2003

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, 2003, 226 pages.

(Studies and essays on psychological dimensions of genocide; Promotion of the books on aggression, genocide and defense of BiH; Rooting out of the etnocentrism, achievement of the goals of return and healing of traumatized persons).
BURNT ROSES:
War horror in the children eyes
Sarajevo 2003

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University and EL-KALEM – Publishing center of the Riyaset of Islamic Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina in Sarajevo, Sarajevo, 2003, 239 pages.

(Introduction; Burnt roses; Children draw and write; Places of the mentioned events (map); Through the eyes of children; Tuzla – harbor of salvation; How did we survive; To what can children hope after the war)

Preljub Tafro



Dr. Bećir Macić



GENOCIDE AGAINST BOSNIACS IN THE TERRITORY OF FOCA 1992-1995
ANNEX TO THE IDENTIFICATION OF VICTIMS
Sarajevo 2004

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2004, 461 pages.

(Victims in the territory of Foca – Outside camps in local communities; Victims in camp – Penitentiary Institute; Annexes – Testimonies; Foca population based on census 1991; Documentary photographs).

Vahid Karavelić M.A.



AGGRESSION AGAINST BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Northeastern Bosnia 1991 to 1992
Sarajevo 2004

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2004, 377 pages.

(Social and political changes in SFRY in the period 1990-1992; Political-military relations of the Belgrade regime; JNA with SDS of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the execution of aggression against Bosnia and Herzegovina; North East Bosnia in political and military plans of the aggressor and the plan execution; defense of North East Bosnia from aggression; Annexes).

Prof. Dr. Smail Čekić



AGGRESSION AGAINST THE REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA:
Planning, preparation, execution (Volume 1 and 2)
Sarajevo 2004

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2004, 1328 pages.

(Attack on the Constitutional concept of the SFRY defense; Serbian state project and planning of crimes; Great Serbian movement; SFRY Presidency until March 1991; Boundaries of Great Serbia; Constitution of the Great Serbian fifth column in Bosnia and Herzegovina; Direct preparation for aggression; Armed formations of the Great Serbian aggressor and their logistics; Engagement of the Republic of Croatia in the aggression against the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina).

Faid Hećo M.A.



ROLE OF YUGOSLAV NATIONAL ARMY IN THE AGGRESSION AGAINST BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Sarajevo 2005
Photographs, facsimiles, cartoons

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2005, 410 pages.

The book was envisaged as a theoretical study of ideas, historical, political and military aspects of Great Serbia aggression against the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, with a focus on analysis of the role of Yugoslav National Army in preparation and execution of the aggression against Bosnia and Herzegovina. Social-political and military changes in SFRY just before its dissolution; Transformation of JNA into the Serbian-Montenegrin Army; JNA special war in the period of preparation for the aggression against Bosnia and Herzegovina; Operative-strategic deployment of JNA in the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina before the aggression; JNA activities relative to armament and providing equipment for the collaborationist forces in BiH and various paramilitary formations form Serbia and Montenegro; Combat activities and other JNA activities in the early stage of the aggression against BiH; Reorganization of JNA to three Serbian armies and formal name change from JNA to Army of Serb Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina… etc.

Prof. Dr. Esad Zgodić



POLICY OF FANTASY: About the war against Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sarajevo 2005

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2005, 252 pages.

(Introduction; Typical school of fantasy; Reply to Hantington and those who share the same opinion; For the policy of prevention; From the other side of fatalism and rationalism).

Exhibition of photographs



Documents relative to the tenth commemorative of crime of GENOCIDE AGAINST BOSNIACS OF THE UN SAFE HEAVEN SREBRENICA IN JULY 1995 (Sarajevo 2005, two-language issue: Bosnian/English)

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2005, 76 pages.

Introductory remarks; Srebrenica until the aggression against Bosnia and Herzegovina; Srebrenica until July 1995, The Serb occupation of Srebrenica on 11 July 1995, persecution and genocidal slaughter of Bosniacs, Collection camp in Dubrave near Tuzla; Mass executions; Salvation attempt through the mountains of Podrinje area, Mass graves; Memorial Center in Potocari; Attitude of the world towards the genocide in Srebrenica).

Dr. Duljko Hasić



WAR DAMAGES IN SARAJEVO 1992-1995
Sarajevo 2006

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2006, 374 pages.

(Preface; Introduction; Methodological basis for the study; The results of the study: Economy; Banks; Housing units; Utility infrastructure; Education and science; Culture; Health and social welfare; Sports facilities; Religious facilities; Sarajevo restructuring projects).

Dr. Safet Bandžović



MOVING OF BOSNIACS TO TURKEY
Sarajevo 2006

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2006, 773 pages.

(Preface; The refugee movements in the Balkans at the end of XIX and early XX century; Moving out 1912-1918; Moving out between two World wars; Refugee projects and suffering of Bosniacs in the WWII; Postwar moving out to Turkey; Life in Turkey).
GENOCIDE IN SREBRENICA, UN SAFE HEAVEN, JULY 1995
Sarajevo 2007
Two-language issue: Bosnian/English

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2007, 115 pages.

(Introductory remark; Until the aggression against Bosnia and Herzegovina; Srebrenica until July 1995, Serb occupation of Srebrenica, 11 July 1995, persecution and genocidal slaughter of Bosniacs, Mass executions; Mass graves; Memorial Center in Potocari; Attitude of the world towards the genocide in Srebrenica).

Dr. Rasim Muratović



HOLOCAUST AGAINST JEWS AND GENOCIDE AGAINST BOSNIACS
Sarajevo 2007

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2007, 276 pages.

(Introduction; Holocaust; Genocide against Bosniacs; Phenomenology of evil; One scenario for the future)

Prof. Muharem Kreso M.A.



NAZI “FINAL SOLUTION” TO A JEWISH ISSUE IN OCCUPIED COUNTRIES OF WEST BALKANS FROM 1941 TO 1945
Sarajevo 2007

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2007, 276 pages.

(Preface; Introduction; Concept the Hitler Spatial Politics and Jews of Europe; Jews in the territory of the Balkans and Yugoslavia until WWII; Jewish community in the occupied Yugoslavia and Albania in 1941; Invasive period of fascist occupation; Specific destiny of the captured Jews in the April war; Removal of Jews from the territory occupied by Germans; Suffering of Jews in other occupied territories; Suffering of those who escaped from Central Europe and Jews taken to a forced labor; Specifics of the Bosnia and Herzegovina position and suffering if its Jews).

Prof. Dr. Steven L. B. Jensen



GENOCIDE – CASES, COMPARISON AND MODERN DISCUSSIONS
Sarajevo 2007
Bosnian version

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2007, 403 pages.

(Introduction; Cases and comparative perspectives; Modern discussions; International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia).

Dr. Senija Milišić



INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF SCIENCE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 1945-1958

Sarajevo 2007
Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University, Sarajevo 2007, 372 pages.

(Requirements for the institutionalization of science; Goals and tasks of scientific institutions; Chronology of the history of scientific institutions; Centralization of scientific institutions; Structure of the Sarajevo University, Funding the scientific institutions; Personnel of the institutions of science; Results of the institutionalization of science).

Prof. Dr. Smail Čekić



THE STUDY OF THE VICTIMS OF GENOCIDE WITH A SPECIAL FOCUS ON BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
Scientific-theoretical and methodological-methodic issues and problems
Sarajevo 2007

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University and KULT B Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2007, 207 pages.

(Scientific-theoretical postulates and methodological approach to the study of Crimes of genocide; Theoretical-methodological critique of all the studies of crimes of genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina).

Prof. Dr. Smail Čekić



Prof. Dr. Dževad Termiz



CRIMES OF VICTIMS IN SARAJEVO 1992-1996
Scientific research project
Sarajevo 2007

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University and Kult B Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2007, 164 pages.

(Draft of the scientific thoughts; Instruments; Study plans and data-analysis plan; Annexes).
The Hague Tribunal Interim Judgment of 16 June 2004.
GENOCIDE IN BOSNIA PROVEN TO MILOŠEVIC
Sarajevo 2007, Bosnian and English versions

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2007, 253 pages.

(Introduction; Application of Rule 98bis – LAW; Objections filed against three Indictments; Enactment clause; Consenting opinion by the Judge Patrick Robinson; Different opinion by the Judge O-gon Kwon.

Prof. Dr. Jusuf Žiga



TIME OF “DEHUMANIZED TWO-LEGGERS” PARADIGM OF BETRAYED BOSNIA
Sarajevo 2007

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2007, 189 pages.

(Introduction; Why the attack against generally human unity of different?; Plays about democracy; Paradigm of Bosnia – betrayal of several century long multilateralism, Abstract).

Prof. dr. Ante Milanović



Nutrition during the siege of Sarajevo 1992-1995
Sarajevo, 2007

Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, Sarajevo, 2007, 272 pages.

(Foreword, A hundred days of humanitarian aid and starvation of the Sarajevo populace; A thousand days of humanitarian aid and starvation of the Sarajevo populace - an attempt at reconstruction; Appendix)
JUDGEMENT
of the International Court of Justice

Sarajevo 2007, English version

Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University, Sarajevo, 2007, 741 pages.

(Qualités, Identification of the respondent party, The Court’s jurisdiction, The applicable law: the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide; Questions of proof: burden of proof, the standard of proof, methods of proof, The facts invoked by the Applicant, in relation to Article II, The question of responsibility for events at Srebrenica under Article III, paragraph (a), of the Genocide convention, The question of responsibility, in respect of Srebrenica, for acts enumerated in Article III, paragraphs (b) to (e), of the Genocide Convention, The question of responsibility for breach of the obligations to prevent and punish genocide, The question of responsibility for breach of the Court’s Orders indicating provisional measures, The question of reparation, Operative clause)

Dr. Rasim Muratović



POWER AND IMPOTENCE OF THE WELFARE STATE
Sarajevo 2008

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University, Sarajevo, 2007, 243 pages. (Characteristics of the Scandinavian type of the welfare state; Utopia; Ideals of the welfare state; Jante law; Social democracy – what is that; Realistic situation in the welfare society; Should power and impotence fight; “Terminology issues“ Practical experience of Bosnian refugees in Bergen, Norway).

Velid Šabić M.A.



GENOCIDE IN THE MID PART OF THE DRINA RIVER AREA 1992-1995
Sarajevo 2008

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University, Sarajevo 2008, 218 pages.

(Notion of genocide; Geographic position and demographic structure of the area of Srebrenica; Historical continuity of the Great-Serbian plans for the territory of Srebrenica; Role of the Republika Srpska army and police in the preparation and execution of genocide; Analysis of Indictments and Judgments before the International Tribunal in the Hague, related to the events in and around Srebrenica in July 1995; Results of genocide).

Eli Tauber



WHEN THE NEIGHBORS WERE HUMANS
Sarajevo 2008

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University, Sarajevo 2008, 79 pages.

Introduction; The International School for the Holocaust Study; The righteous among the nations of Bosnia and Herzegovina; Honest people always help; Mission completed – Friendship remained; The man who saved 100 Jews; The Children of Hasija; As one family; When one is not afraid; Genes remain genes.

Dr. Mustafa Memić



GUSINJE-PLAV KRAJINA IN THE MIDST OF HISTORY
Sarajevo 2008

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University, Sarajevo 2008, 216 pages. (Gusinje-Plav Krajina; Great War (1683-1699); Between the Great (Vienna) war and Berlin Congress; Consequences of the Berlin Congress decisions; Suffering during the First Balkans War; End of First World War and fear of the repetition of crimes committed during the First Balkans War; Fascist occupation and the response by two movements; Documents – important figures of the liberation and antifascist fight by the Gusinje-Plav Krajina (short biography).

Textbook



SIEGE AND DEFENSE OF SARAJEVO 1992-1995
Sarajevo 2008

Textbook, Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University, Sarajevo 2008, 423 pages.

(Introductory paper; International – legal, political, and historical relevance of defense of Sarajevo; Military self-defense of Sarajevo; Sarajevo defends itself by truth; Sarajevo defended itself by saving the cultural and historical heritage too; Sarajevo defended itself by its culture and civilization; Religious communities on the besieged Sarajevo; National-Liberation War Fighters 1941-1945 in the defense of Sarajevo; Consequences of the siege of Sarajevo; Genocide, Urbicide and Ecocide).

Prof. Dr. Stjepan Lapenda



SREBRENICA – PARADIGM OF GENOCIDE
Sarajevo 2008

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University, Sarajevo 2008, 234 pages.

(Genocide against Bosniacs – position of La Figaro 2000-2006; Genocide against Bosniacs – ICJ Judgment in the case of application of Convention on prevention and punishment of Genocide /Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Serbia and Montenegro/ in Bosnian, English, French languages; Final considerations)

Mujo Alić



The Use of Poison in the Perpetration of Genocide in the UN safe haven of Srebrenica, July 1995
Sarajevo, 2008

Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University, Sarajevo, 2008, 167 pages.

Methodological approach; History of the origins and use of poison in battle; July 1995 use of poison in UN safe zone of Srebrenica and its consequences; The object of employing chemical weapons and ignitable means of battle in the wider region of Srebrenica; Documents; Testimonies.
CHILDHOOD INTERRUPTED

Authors: Nermina Dautbašić, Alma Gabeljić, Mediha Mustafić, Elvisa Haskić, Dželaludina Nukić, Nermina Sejdinović, Azir Osmanović, Sadmir Nukić, Admir Sejdinović
Sarajevo, 2008

Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University and Body for the remembrance of 11th of July 1995, the thirteenth anniversary of the genocide upon Bosniaks within the UN "safe zone" of Srebrenica.
Sarajevo, 2008, 118 pages.

What children remember of the horror of Srebrenica; “Horrors witnessed by children’s eyes”, Prof. Dr. Ismet Dizdarević; “Helping them succeed”: Abdurahman Malkić.

Rasim Halilagić



Foca 1992 – 1995:
The Victims of Genocide
Sarajevo, 2008

Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University, 2008, 498 pages.

Introductory remarks; Municipality of Foca prior to 1992; Preparations for the aggression upon and occupation of the city; Essential data on the victims of Foca city and suburbs; The destruction of religious and cultural objects; Responsibility for crimes in Foca – the quartet of Ustikolje; Good citizens in a bad time; Genocide or something worse; Documentary photographs.

Dr. Fadil Ademović



Chetnicism and Chetnik propaganda in the South Slavic countries during the second World War (1941-1945)
(First and second volume)

Sarajevo, 2009.
(First volume 826 pages, second volume 612 pages)

Publishers: Kult B and the Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law of the Sarajevo University.

First volume, first book: Participants in great deceptions. Second volume: The drama of a historical turning point; Second book: The twilight of Chetnicism and its propaganda; Third book: Chetnik collaboration in the American vision; Fourth book: Divisions and collisions on the Balkans.

Mr. Bakir Alispahić



TERRORISM: WHAT IS IT
Sarajevo, 2009

English edition. Originally "TERORIZAM: ŠTA JE TO".

Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law Sarajevo, 2009, 258 pages.

(Terrorism as a social phenomenon; Terrorism as a social structure; Terrorism as a social process; Terrorism as a social system; Accepted definitions and classifications of terrorism, with a history of its origin: Attempt to form a synthetic scientific definition of terrorism: Attempt to form common scientific definitions)

Dr. Hajriz Bećirović



GENOCIDE IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL SCIENCE
Sarajevo 2009

English edition. Originally "GENOCID U SAVREMENOJ DRUŠTVENOJ ZNANOSTI".

Institute for Research of Crimes Against Humanity and International Law in Sarajevo, Sarajevo 2009, 277 pages.

(Preface; Theoretical-methodological approach to the study; Defining the notion of genocide in social science; forms of genocidal processes and genocidal technology; Crime of genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina in view of the theory of genocide; International community and crime of genocide in BiH (1992-1995).

Mensur Seferović



Stationary stars

Records on girls and mothers from two wars 1941-1945 and 1991-1995
Sarajevo, 2009

Institute for research of crimes against humanity and international law of the Sarajevo University, 2009, 317 pages

Writer’s reasoning, Other side of the war 1941-1945, Overcoming and wounds 1991-1995, Travel-book’s reflections, War and post war period.

Mujo Trako



Kunovo legend

Sarajevo, 2009

Institute for research of crimes against humanity and international law of the Sarajevo University, 2009, 179 pages

Kunovo, Trako tribe, cataclysm, odyssey, the end of the Kunovo legend, the list of the genocide victims in Foča municipality in the period 1941-1945.

Senad Sudo Omerika

People from Nevesinje died in defense of their homeland 1992-1995.

Sarajevo, 2009

Institute for research of crimes against humanity and international law of the Sarajevo University, 174 pages

FOREWORD;
People from Nevesinje died in defense of the homeland 1992-1995;
Shahid cemetery and harems in which were buried the killed members of the Army and the Ministry of Internal Affairs from the territory of Nevesinje municipality;
Final considerations;
Attachments.

Mr. Sabahudin Šarić



Great Serbian Ideology
Sarajevo, 2010

Theoretical framework; Ideology is meaning in the service of power; Designation and epic roots of Great Serbian ideology; The role of the symbolic form of the Kosovo epic within Great Serbian ideology; Symbols of the "Mountain Wreath" and "Bridge on the Drina" in the service of Great Serbian ideology; The Serbian Orthodox church and the Great Serbian ideology; Great Serbian political programs; Conclusion and reviews.

Prof. dr. Ismet Dizdarević



Books - Witnesses

Sarajevo, 2010

Institute for research of crimes against humanity and international law, University of Sarajevo 2010, 224 pages.

(Introduction notes; Aggression: Genocide, war criminals, torture and resistances; Barbarians were better – persisting memory as a scar of genocide; Institute for research of crime against humanity and international law bibliography University in Sarajevo; Note about the writer).

Prof. dr. Smail Čekić



Prof. dr. Muhamed Šestanović



Merisa Karović



Zilha Mastalić - Košuta



CRIMES AGAINST THE CHILDREN IN SARAJEVO UNDER SIEGE
Sarajevo, 2010

Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, University of Sarajevo, page 868

Introductory remarks: Methodological approach to research: Siege of Sarajevo: Planning and preparation of the siege, The aggressor’s activities towards the taking over of the city of Sarajevo; Crime of genocide in Sarajevo under siege: The strategy (of willful) killing of civilians and the civilian population, Killing in Sarajevo and the art of survival, The intent (mens rea) for the genocide in Sarajevo under siege, Responsibility for the crime of genocide in Sarajevo under siege(Serbia and Monte Negro – Federal Republic of Yugoslavia); Crimes against the children of Sarajevo under siege: Systematic killing and wounding of children, Grave forms of violation of the psychical integrity of children; Locations of mass murders of civilians in Sarajevo under siege; Children of Sarajevo killed under siege; Literary and artistic creation (selection of papers); Conclusion.

Prof. dr. Smail Čekić



M.A. Meldijana Arnaut-Haseljić



Dr. Bećir Macić



MASS GRAVES IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - UNITED NATIONS SAFE AREA SREBRENICA
Sarajevo, 2010

Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law of the University of Sarajevo and KULT-B d.o.o. Sarajevo, 888 pages;

Introductory remarks, Methodological approach towards the research of mass graves, Genocide against Bosniacs in Srebrenica - United Nations Safe Area, July 1995; Case reconstruction, Definition, classification - typologization (types) and exhumation of mass graves, Mass graves: (Municipality Zvornik, Municipality Bratunac, Municipality Srebrenica, Municipality Vlasenica, Municipality Vlasenica (Milići), Municipality Šekovići, Municipality Kalesija, Municipality Kalesija (Osmaci), Municipality Trnovo – Sarajevo, Territory of Republic of Serbia, Final considerations, Attachments, Source and reference.
GENOCIDE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA – CONSEQUENCES OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE JUDGMENT
Conference Proceedings from the International Scientific Conference, held in Potočari (Srebrenica) on 10 – 11 July 2009.
(Volume 1 and 2)
Sarajevo, 2011

Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law of the University of Sarajevo, 1420 pages;

Introductory remark; Welcoming speech to the Conference; FIRST TOPIC (International Court of Justice Judgment in the case Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Serbia and Montenegro (26 February 2007) and its implication; SECOND TOPIC (Planning, preparation, organization, and execution of genocide in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina); THIRD TOPIC (Denial of genocide, memory of genocide); Resolution of the European Parliament on Srebrenica dated 15 January 2009; Photographs.
CRIMES IN BOSANSKA KRAJINA DURING THE AGGRESSION AGAINST THE REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA 1991 - 1995
Conference Proceedings from the International Scientific Conference, Held in Bihać on 22 - 24 September 2000
(Volume 1 and 2)
Sarajevo, 2011

Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law of the University of Sarajevo, 1046 pages;

Introductory remarks; Opening presentations; Roots, causes, objectives, and planning of crimes; Crimes in Bosanska Krajina; Conclusions
GENOCIDE IN CONTINUITY
- Testimony of the Ambassador Arria –
Sarajevo, 2011

Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law of the University of Sarajevo, 97 pages;

Introductory consideration, Witness statements; Introduction; Chronology of events; Final considerations.
GENOCIDE - MEMORY, WARNING AND MESSAGES
Conference proceedings from the Round Table on 26 January 2011 in Goražde in relation to the 26th January 1942 - Remembrance Day to Genocide in Gornje Podrinje
Sarajevo, 2012

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 276 pages;

INTRODUCTION;
OPENING SPEECH AT THE ROUND TABLE: M.A. Muhamed Ramović, Suljo Imamović, Rašid Sijerčić, Jure Galić, Rade Vukosav;
MEMORY, WARNING AND MESSAGES: Rašid Sijerčić, Prof. Dr. Smail Čekić, Dr. Bećir Macić, Prof. Dr. Muhamed Šestanović, Doc. Dr. Rasim Muratović, Doc. Dr. Fikret Bečirović, Prof. Dr. Ismet Dizdarević, M.A. Sabahudin Šarić, Rade Vukosav, Mujo Kafedžić, Nikola Janjić, M.A. Husejin Omerović, Kasim Čeljo;
ATTACHMENTS.
Academician Prof.Dr. Muhamed Filipović
DANCE OF DEATH AROUND MOSTAR
Sarajevo, 2012.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 141 pages;

INTRODUCTION; What is Mostar for Bosnia and Herzegovina; Degradation of beauty and meaning of Mostar is not act of God but the policy and people who reigned; There is a trade and occasionally warfare around Mostar and Herzegovina for ideas and politics of Bosniak and Croatian parties with protagonists such as Ismet Hadžiosmanović, Safet Oručević or Fatima Leho; My experience of Mostar before war, during the war and after ; Safet Oručević is no longer there, but there is Fatima Leho ; Degradation of Mostar and Herzegovina is not the fall but permanent loss of characteristics of normal life ; How Bosnia and Herzegovina, Herzegovina, and Mostar were lost ; BIOGRAPHY.

Yusuf Omerika


Screams from the inner of mountains
Sarajevo, Mostar 2012.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law,
The association ”By return for Bosnia and Herzegovina” Mostar (184 pages)

FOREWORD;
Reviews;
Three mountains;
Farewell;
The massacre in Krstace;
Crvanj;
Chase;
People from Kruševlje;
Gazije;
Kasaba;
Grandmather Fata;
Fighters;
Trap;
Mother's Curse;
Excavation;
Chimney;
Evidence;
Glossary of unfamiliar words;
Homonyms;
Biography.

Ibrahim Cikic


WHERE THE SUN DOES NOT SHINE- TRAGIC CONFESSION OF AN ERA AND THE FATE OF THE NAMES WE CARRY
Sarajevo, 2012.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (554 pages)

FOREWORD;
I Memories;
II Attachements.

Stephen Lapenda
Matija Lapenda


PARISAN HABERDZIJE (transferees of the message): WAR OF FREEDOM - FIRST YEAR
Sarajevo, 2012.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (169 pages)

FOREWORD;
Le Monde - newspaper of confidence;
Methodology and elaboration;
Articles, Reviews, opinions;
reviews;
Resume.
Doc. Dr. Rasim Muratović
BOSNIA AND BERGENS TIDENDE
(Volume I and II )
Sarajevo, 2012.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 966 pages;

The book is in two volumes, about 1.000 pages, bilingual, in Bosnian and Norwegian language, covered events in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992. - 1995, in a manner of Norwegian daily newspapers Bergens Tidende, from Bergen.

INTRODUCTION; BOOK I - 1992; BOOK II - 1993; BOOK III - 1994; BOOK IV -1995.
Mujo Kafedžić
FOČA, THE VICTIM OF XX CENTURY GENOCIDE
Sarajevo, 2012.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 562 pages;

PROLOGUE ; INTRODUCTION; Foča during Bosnian feudal times (XI - XV century); Foča during Ottoman times ; Foča during Austro - Hungarian times ; World War I ; Creating of the South Slavic state - Kingdom of SCS ; Chetniks - historical fragments ; World War II ; The beginning of the National Liberation struggle ; Foča during the socialist period ; Breaking and breakers of the state of Yugoslavia ; Responsibilities of the international community for genocide; Bosnia during defensive war 1992. - 1995; Foča after all, Foča or ... RESUME; ATTACHMENTS.
Doc. Dr. Nedžad Ajnadžić
POLITICAL AND MILITARY SIGNIFICANCE OF THE DEFENCE OF SARAJEVO
Sarajevo, 2012.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 593 pages;

INTRODUCTION ; PART ONE (Siege of Sarajevo); PART TWO (Defence of Sarajevo); PART THREE (Relationship of the international community towards the Sarajevo tragedy); PART FOUR (Attachments); RESUME ; LITERATURE ; LIST OF ACRONYMS; REVIEWS ; BIOGRAPHY.
Prof. Dr. Omer Ibrahimagić
BOSNIAN IDENTITY AND SOVEREIGNTY
Sarajevo, 2012.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 827 pages;

AUTHORS INTRODUCTION;
INTRODUCTION PROF. DR. ASIM MUJKIĆ;
PROLEGOMENON;
1992; 1993; 1994; 1995; 1996; 1997; 1998; 1999; 2000; 2001; 2002; 2003; 2004; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2008; 2009; 2010; 2011;
ABOUT THE AUTHOR;
AFTERWORD - ACADEMICIAN FERID MUHIĆ.
Dr. Zemir Sinanović
SUICIDE - INDIVIDUAL CHOICE AND (OR) CONSEQUENCE OF CRISIS
Sarajevo, 2012.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 527 pages;

PROLOGUE; INTRODUCTION;
Theoretical considerations of a problem of suicide; Extra-social cause of suicide; Suicide as a social phenomenon; Suicide - individual choice and (or) consequence of crisis; Results of a research on suicide problems in Bosnia and Herzegovina (1985-2005); Suicide in neighboring countries; Prevention of suicide; Closing remarks;
SUMMARY;
BIBLIOGRAPHY;
ATTACHMENTS;
REVIEWS;
ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
Prof.dr. Esad Zgodić
TERRITORIAL NATIONALISM
Ideology, crime and alternatives
Sarajevo, 2012.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 527 pages;

INTRODUCTION: TERRITORY OBSSESION;
1. ANIMALS, PEOPLE AND TERRITORIAL BEHAVIOR;
2. TERRITORY AND SUBNATIONAL IDENTITIES;
3. TERRITORY, NATION AND STATE;
4. NATIONALISM AND TERRITORIAL NATIONALISM;
5. IDEOLOGY OF TERRITORIAL NATIONALISM;
6. TERRITORIAL NATIONALISM AS A FIEND;
7. NATIONALISM ALTERNATIVES; STARTING POINTS, ELEMENTS AND MARKS;
8. FINAL WORD: SEVERAL ANTICIPATIONS;
BIBLIOGRAPHY;
ABOUT THE AUTHOR.
Doc.dr. Rasim Muratović
HOLOCAUST AGAINST JEWS AND GENOCIDE AGAINST BOSNIACS
(Second edition)

Sarajevo, 2012.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 276 pages;

Foreword;
INTRODUCTION;
HOLOCAUST;
GENOCIDE AGAINST BOSNIAKS;
PHENOMENOLOGY OF EVIL;
A SCENARIO FOR THE FUTURE;
Summary;
Bibliography;
Index.

Mujo Begić


GENOCIDE IN KLJUČ

Sarajevo, 2012.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 408 pages;

INTRODUCTION;
PART I Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Great Serbian politics;
PART II Dissolution of SFRY and its reflection on Bosnia and Herzegovina;
PART III Ključ in the eve of the aggression;
PART IV Aggression in the territory of the Ključ municipality;
PART V Destruction of the religious facilities;
PART VI Mass graves;
PART VII Destruction and plundering of property;
PART VIII Camps and places of incarceration of Bosniacs and Croats living in the territory of Ključ municipality;
FINAL CONSIDERATION;
REFERENCES;
ATTACHMENTS.
Prof. Dr. Smail Čekić
GENOCIDE AND TRUTH ABOUT THE GENOCIDE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA


Sarajevo, 2012.

University of Sarajevo
And
University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 800 pages;

Foreword;
INTRODUCTORY REMARKS;
I THE TRUTH ABOUT GENOCIDE (THE GENOCIDE IN THE SAFE AREA OF SREBRENICA, JULY 1995.);
II GENOCIDE DENIAL (DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ’S “BOSNIAN WAR” – JUSTIFICATION OF THE AGRESSION ON THE REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA AND GENOCIDE AGAINST BOSNIAKS);
III ATTACHMENTS;
CLOSING REMARKS;
List of acronyms;
Sources and references;
Index.
Doc. Dr. Rasim Muratović
GENOCIDE IN AHMIĆI in 1993.


Sarajevo, 2013.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 382 pages;

Foreword;
AHMIĆI – DEVELOPMENT AND CONDITIONS BEFORE THE AGGRESSION;
PARTICIPATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA IN THE AGGRESSION;
THE EVENTS THAT PRECEDED THE CRIMES;
EXECUTION OF CRIMES IN AHMIĆI;
FORM, EXTENT AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CRIMES;
VICTIMS OF THE CRIME;
MURDERED;
RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE CRIMES;
INSTEAD OF CONCLUSION;
CONCLUSION OF THE PROJECT AUTHOR AND RESEARCH LEADER;
Reviews;
Sources;
References;
Periodical.
Doc. Dr. Fikret Bečirović
CULTURAL VERSATILITY AND THE ABSURD OF CRIMES IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA


Sarajevo, 2013.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 455 pages;

Editor’s word;
Word before;
Foreword of the Academician Vladimir Premec;
Author’s foreword;
Chapter I CULTURE AS A FOREFRONT SOCIOLOGICAL PHENOMENON;
Chapter II CONTACT AND COEXISTANCE OF CULTURES;
Chapter III ABSURDITY OF THE AGGRESSION AND CRIMES IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA;
CLOSING REMARKS;
Bibliography.

Hasan Balic
Ismet Alija
Avdija Kovacevic


INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA AGAINST SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO


Sarajevo, 2013.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 252 pages;

FOREWORD;
Bloody Tale in the Balkans;
Chapter I;
Chapter II;
Reviews;
Attachments.

Safet Halilovic


RESTITUTION OF BOSNIAN STATEHOOD


Sarajevo, 2013.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 545 pages;

Word of the organizer;
Foreword of the second edition;
I Genesis of Bosnian statehood;
II Dissolution of Yugoslavia and the recognition of Bosnia and Herzegovina;
III International legal documents on the prohibition of the use of force and the Punishment of the Crime;
IV War state-legal acts of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina;
The statistics on population of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina in municipalities;
Attachments.
Kjell Arild Nilsen
(Translated from Norwegian language by Rasim Muratović)

MILOŠEVIĆ IN WAR AND IN THE HAGUE – documentation –


Sarajevo, 2013.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 605 pages;

Maps and abbreviations;
Preface;
Chapter 1 (Introduction: "I invested my efforts in the establishment of peace");
Chapter 2 (Indictment: "Personal criminal liability");
Chapter 3 (Milošević in power: "Absolute authority");
Chapter 4 (Preparations for war: "We are again in battles and before battles");
Chapter 5 (Telephone contacts with Karadžić: "Just as we planned");
Chapter 6 (Financing of war: "These costs are state secret");
Chapter 7 (Milošević and Croatia: "No one will be forced to stay in Yugoslavia");
Chapter 8 (Milošević in Bosnia and Herzegovina: "We are not involved");
Chapter 9 (Milošević and paramilitary formations: "These paramilitary formations were completely marginal");
Chapter 10 (Milošević and Srebrenica: "Mladić did not listen to me");
Chapter 11 (Milošević and Kosovo: "Kosovo is more important than my head");
Chapter 12 (Milošević’s self-defense: "I need no one to defend me from illegitimate institution");
Chapter 13 (Milošević’s death);
Postface: dr. Esad Bajtal;
Notes.

Mujo Begić


1201 DAYS UNDER THE SIEGE – UN safe area Bihać

Sarajevo, 2013.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for the Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, 414 pages;

INTRODUCTION;
PART I Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Great Serbian politics;
PART II Dissolution of SFRY and its reflection on Bosnia and Herzegovina;
PART III Attack at the territory of the Bihać municipality;
PART IV Attack at the town itself;
PART V Mass graves and camps;
PART VI Destruction of the civilian objects in the territory of the Bihać municipality;
PART VII Bihać, UN safe area;
PART VIII Regional hospital in Bihać under the siege;
FINAL CONSIDERATION;
ABBREVIATIONS;
SOURCES AND REFERENCES;
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS;
ATTACHMENTS.

Mujo Begić


CRIMES OF REBELS IN VALLEY OF LJUTOČ IN 1941

Sarajevo, 2013.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (263 pages);

INTRODUCTION;
PART IVALLEY OF LJUTOČ THROUGH HISTORY;
PART IIINTRODUCTION TO CRIMES OF REBELES IN VALLEY OF LJUTOČ IN 1941;
PART III CRIMES OF REBELS IN VALLEY OF LJUTOČ IN 1941;
PART IV PLACES OF MASSIVE KILLING;
PART V ESCAPING TO REFUGE;
PART VI DEMINISHING AND KEEPING SILENT ABOUT THE CRIMES;
FINAL CONSIDERETIONS;
REFERENCES;
ABBREVIATIONS;
ENCLOSURES.

THA WAR OF ĆOSIĆ


- Conference proceedings from the scientific and professional discussion about the book “BOSNIAN WAR” by Dobric Ćosić, held on 3 May 2012 in Rectorate of the Sarajevo University –
Sarajevo, 2013.

- The University of Sarajevo,
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, Sarajevo (612 pages)

PREFACE;
- INTRODCURORY REMARKS AND OPENING OF THE SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL DISCUSSION ABOUT THE BOOK “BOSNNIAN WAR” BY DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ;
- Academic, prof. dr. Muhamed Filipović, NOTES TO ONE BOOK AND HISTORY OF ITS AUTHOR;
- Dr. Latinka Perović, DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ ABOUT JOSIP BROZ TITO – IMAGE FOR THE RESEARCH OF POLITICAL AND INTELLECTUAL REALTIONS;
- Sonja Biserko, THE SERB ELITE AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SERBIAN NATIONAL PROGRAM;
- Prof. dr. Smail Čekić, “BOSNNIAN WAR” BY DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ – JUSTIFICATION FOR THE AGGRESSION AGAINST THE REPUBLIC OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA AND GENOCIDE AGAISNT BOSNIACS;
- Academic, prof. dr. Ivan Cvitković, FOR WHOM ĆOSIĆ REGRETS?;
- Academic, prof. dr. Ljubomir Berberović, ABOUT ONE BOOK, ONE AUTHOR, ONE EFFORT, AND ONE CONSCIOUSNESS;
- Dragoljub Todorović, CREATOR OF EVIL;
- Prof. dr. Ismet Dizdarević, ETHNOCENTRIC POSITIONS OF THE ACADEMIC DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ;
- Dr. Esad Bajtal, PSEUDO-DIARY CONFABULATION OF DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ;
- Mr. sc. Muhamed S. Mujkić, RECORDS FROM THE DEAD HOME (FRY) OF DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ ABOUT “BOSNIAN WAR”;
- Prof. dr. Šefket Krcić, ĆOSIĆ’S PESUDOLITERAL PRODUCTION OF GENOCIDE;
- Prof. dr. Ismet Grbo, “BOSNIAN WAR” DID NOT FINISH (ANOTHER ATTEMPT TO RESTORE GREAT SERBIAN NATIONALISM FROM THE PEN (I CHAPTER) OF DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ);
- Prof. dr. Senadin Lavić, GREAT SERBIAN ETHNOCENTRISM OF DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ;
- Prof. dr. Srđan Vukadinović, INTELECTUAL ABYSS DURING THE BALKAN NATIONALSOCIALISM AND TRAUMA OF THE PAST;
- Dr. Fikret Bečirović, BOSNIAN WORK – “MEIN KAMPF” OF DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ;
- Prof. dr. Jusuf Žiga, GLORIFICATION OF LIES AND FALSE CONTENT OF THE BOOK “BOSNIAN WAR” BY DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ;
- Prof. dr. Enver Halilović, DAYTON PEACE AGREEMENT ABOUT O BIH AS THE SERBIAN-CROATIAN SOLUTION;
- Prof. dr. Azem Kožar, DENIAL OF THE STATE OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA IN “BOSNIAN WAR” BY DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ;
- Prof. dr. Suad Kurtćehajić, DEADLY PEN OF DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ;
- Prof. dr. Muhamed Šestanović, CHARACTER AND WORK OF DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ IN THE CONTEXT OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR CRIMES AGAINST PEACE, CRIME OF GENOCIDE AND OTHER GRAVE CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY AND INTERNATIONAL LAW COMMITTED IN “BOSNIAN WAR” AGAINST THE STATE OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA AND BOSNAICS;
- Prof. dr. Dželal Ibraković, PRODUCTION OF MYTHS ON THE MARGINES OF “SOMEBODY ELSE’S” WAR;
- Prof. dr. Džemal Najetović, REFLECTION ON GREAT STATE PROJECT, IDEOLOGY, AND BOOK BY DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ “BOSNIAN WAR”;
- Mr. Meldijana Arnaut – Haseljić, DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ – CREATING LIES ABOUT “BOSNIAN WAR” IS MAKING WEAPONS FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS;
- Mr. Husejin Omerović, “BOSNIAN WAR” BY DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ – SERIOUS WARNI9NG TO THE STATE OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA;
- Mujo Kafedžić, DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ, THE BELGRADE UNDERTAKER OF THE TRUTH;
- Bahrudin Bijedić, TIME OF LIES?;
- Osman Sušić, DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ – CREATOR OF GREAT SERBIAN FASCIST IDEOLOGY;
- Elvedin Mulagić, REFLECTION ON THE BOOK BY DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ “BOSNIAN WAR” – DENIAL OF GENOCIDE AGAINST BOSNIACS AND CONTINUATION OF PERMANET WORK ON REVITALIZATION OF THE PROJECT “GREAT SERBIA”;
- Dr. Izet Bijedić, EPILOGUE TO THE BOOK BY DOBRICA ĆOSIĆ “BOSNIAN WAR”.

Muharem Kreso


EXPERIENCES OF THE DEFENSE OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

Sarajevo, 2013.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (561 pages);

PREFACE;
PART I:Geographic space of Bosnia and Herzegovina – position, dimension, and shape;
PART II:The defense of the geographic space of Bosnia and Herzegovina until the establishment of the Bosnian state;
PART III: Medieval Bosnian state and a concept of its defense;
PART IV: Bosnia within the Ottoman Empire (1463 – 1878);
PART V: Bosnia and Herzegovina within the Austrian Monarchy (1878 – 1918);
PART VI: Bosnia and Herzegovina within common Yugoslav states (1918 – 1992);
PART VII: Specific experiences of the aggression against Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 20th century (1941 – 1945 and 1992 – 1995);
FINAL CONSIDERATION;
ENCLOSURES;
REFERENCES;
ABBREVIATIONS.
EMERGENCE, development and operation of the Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law, University of Sarajevo from 1992 to 1995.

Sarajevo, 2014.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (581 pages);

INTRODUCTION;
IMPORTANT FACTS ABOUT THE ORIGIN, DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION OF THE INSTITUTE;
ACTIVITIES ORGANS OF MANAGEMENT;
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH;
COOPERATION WITH RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS AND RESEARCHERS OF HOLOCAUST AND GENOCIDE;
PUBLISHING;
PROMOTION OF THE BOOKS;
EMPLOYEES AND ASSOCIATES;
ATTACHMENTS;
CONCLUSIONS;
REGISTER OF PERSONAL NAMES.

Rasim Muratović


Evil and Human Dignity in Work of Arne Johan VETLESEN

Sarajevo, 2014.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (254 pages);

Foreword Esad Bajtal;
INTRODUCTION;
PART ONE (Habermas, Levinas, Bauman);
PART TWO (Evil in Bosnia, Introduction; Between erasing the Reality and Denial of Reality; Myths and enemy images; Character of proximity; Accusing the victims and neutrality);
PART THREE (The victims are ashamed; Do not stare into the evil; What is evil; Justification and denial of evil; Evil that results in shame - Bosnia; From collectivization to individualization of shame; Unbearable to be a victim and unbearable to think about the victim; Shame of the poor);
CONCLUSION;
REVIEWS;
BIBLIOGRAPHY;
REGISTER OF NAMES

Arne Johan VETLESEN


What is Ethics

Translated from Norwegian by Rasim Muratović
Sarajevo, 2014.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (217 pages);

INTRODUCTION;
Chapter 1 (Starting point of Ethics: "This is unfair !");
Chapter 2 (Is it always wrong to lie ?);
Chapter 3 (Moral Identity);
Chapter 4 (How do we know what is morally right ?);
Chapter 5 (New Ethics for a New Time);
Chapter 6 (Moral criticism as a cultural critique);
Chapter 7 (Dependency and vulnerability);
Chapter 8 (Does the contract threatens to moral obligations ?);
Chapter 9 (Ancient times - Challenges and Multiculturalism);
REGISTER OF NAMES

Esad Bajtal


The crimes and lays of Milosevic’s crypto policy

Sarajevo, 2014.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (274 pages);

A word about the book

1.THE WEAVING OF WAR (EPITAF FOR FOOLS, The Calling for the Killing, The True of Heavenly People, The Drawing of War, Serbia to Tokyo, The Scheduled paralyzing of Bosnia, Crimes of Clear Conscience, Serbianization of the JNA, The H-S Coordinated Division of Bosnia, PAN-SERBIANISM and Ethno-racism, Crime and Silence about the Crime, The Robbery of the People on behalf of the People.);

2. NEGATION OF WEAVING (Foreword, Introduction, Slobodan Milosevic by themselves, The Disdain Pharaonic cynicism, The Rigidity - an Indication of Intellectual Inferiority, Kaligulijan. Stalinism, The Bluff - Disguised Dry of a Desperate Man, The Alleged Massacres and the alleged Mass Graves, The Philosophy of Consciously Chosen Amnesia, Arrogance and Infinitum, The Cynicism, the pure lies and the People - chickens, a Large Deficit of European Logic, Narcissistic Selfishness, Serbs will Never live with Anyone Together, Artiz of the Calculated Reasons, the Hague and the Issue of the Death penalty, PS, Logoreia Fantastica.);

3. THE TRUTH ABOUT WEAVE OF WEAVES (SPEECH, The Facts and the Documents, Notice of Genocide, Yugoslavia as an Excuse, Mladic – People, that is a Genocide!, The Paid and the Vile Campaign, Miroslav - All of Them should be Killed, The Lie as The only Truth, The Language of Associations, The Singing in the Glory of Genocide, The Try of Negations of the Facts, The Victims as the Robbers, The Slavishly Documentary, The Untruth as the Only Lawyer, Pseudo Logia Phantastica, The Seventh War for Achievement of a Greater Serbia, Cosic’s War, The Phenomenon of Fair Lies);

4. THE SOPHISTICATED CONTINUATION OF WEAVING (Metanarrative, Poetization and Psychiatrization of DAYTON, I'll Tell You a Story, How is National Grave Became a Holy Letter, To be, not Formally but for the Truth, I Hate Him because He Hates Me);

5. ETHICAL CRITICISM OF THE BLOODY WEAVING (The Bloody Obscurity of ETNO-RACISM, The More than the Nazism, The Difficulty of Choosing between the Good and the Evil, The Impudence of a Guilty and Embarrassment of the Victims, All are the Enemies.);

Bibliography.

Political and Military Importance of Sarajevo’s Defense (1992-1995)


The Collected Papers Presented at the International Scientific Conference Held on 29 February and 1 March 2012 in Sarajevo

Sarajevo, 2014.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (934 pages);

INTRODUCTION;

Instead of the Introduction - Prof. dr. Nijaz Durakovic, the Defense of Sarajevo is the Defense of Bosnia and Herzegovina;

BOOK FIRST

POLITICAL AND MILITARY IMPORTANCE OF SARAJEVO'S DEFENSE 1992-1995

Academician Professor. Dr. Muhamed Filipovic, the Importance and the Role of Defense of Sarajevo during the War against the Serbian and Croatian Aggression on Bosnia and Herzegovina;
Academician Professor. Dr. Mirko Pejanovic, The iImportance of the Platform for the Work of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina for the Concept of Resistance and Defense of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1992-1995);
Prof. Dr. Zijad Sehic, Impact of the International Diplomacy on the Situation in Sarajevo 1992-1995;
Prof. Dr. Vesna Baric-Punda, Siege of Sarajevo (1992-1995). A new Contribution to the Discussions of the Concept of Humanitarian Intervention on International law;
Prof. Dr. Sakib Softic, The Agreement on the Feopening of the Sarajevo Airport on 5 June 1992 – the Missed Opportunity of the Security Council to Brake Aggression;
Dr. Nedzad Ajnadzic, The Political and Military aspects of the Defense of Sarajevo;
Prof. Dr. Vladimir-Đuro Degan (Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Law, University of Rijeka), The Siege of Sarajevo and the Responsibility of the Security Council under the Charter of the UN;
Prof. Dr. Kasim Trnka, The Diplomatic Struggle for the Defense of Sarajevo;
Academician Professor. Dr. Omer Ibrahimagić, the Legal and the Political Importance of the Defense of Sarajevo;
Prof. Dr. Misha Zgonec Rožej, The Armed embargo of the UN Security Council between 1991-1995; the Prohibition of the Genocide and the Right of Bosnia and Herzegovina to Self-defense;
Prof. Dr. Berko Zecevic - Dr. Vahid Karavelić, Establishing of the Connections between the Cycles of Imports the Components and the Raw Materials for the Production of Ammunition from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia for the needs of Military Factory "PRETIS" and the Intense Fighting in the Wider Area of Sarajevo During its Siege (1992-1995)
Prof. Dr. Srdjan Vukadinovic, The Responsibility of the International Community for the Siege of Sarajevo;
Prof. Dr. David Petigrew, The Genocide and the International Intervention: The Problematic Legacy of the Dayton Peace Agreement (1995-2012);
Prof. Dr. Milanka Miković, The Injuries, and the Deaths of Children in Sarajevo under Siege;
Mr. Vahid Karavelić, The Terrorizing Sarajevo (1992-1995)
Prof. Dr. Ismet Dizdarevic, The Motivation for the Defense of Sarajevo in the Conditions of the Multiple Effects of the Traumatic Stress in it;
Prof. Dr. Milan Popović, A letter about the Accessary Responsibilities of the International Community;
Amir Ahmic, The Judgment of the ICTY against Stanislav Galic – The Importance of Legal and Factual Findings;
Dr. Zemir Sinanović, The Siege (1992-1995) and the Defense (1992-2012) of Sarajevo;
Prof. Dr. Jamal Najetović, The Embargo on Arms – The expression of an Incorrect Policy towards Bosnia and Herzegovina 1992-1995;
Prof. Dr. Sanela Basic, The Collective Trauma, Parallel Truth and the Reconciliation - the Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina;
Mr. Merisa Karović, The Massacre at Markale, February 5, 1994;
Mr. Zilha Mastalić - Košuta, The Mass Killings of Children in Sarajevo under the Siege 1992-1995;
Osman Susic, Historical Revisionism: the Denial both of Aggression against the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Genocide.

PART TWO

Academician Professor. Dr. Ejup Ganic, The Important Historical Facts about the Siege of Sarajevo (A new Serbia’s attempted manipulation);
Stjepan Kljujić, Defence of Sarajevo - A Global Symbol of Resistance to the Fascism;
Prof. dr. Ivo Komsic, The Options for the Political Action in Sarajevo under Siege;
Florence Hartmann, The Siege of Sarajevo: Milosevic's Attempt to Deceive and Mislead the International Community;
Prof. Dr. Tomislav Išek, The Immobilizing Visiting Sarajevo under Siege (1992-1995) of Some of the Most Important Representatives of the International Community;
Mark Harmon, The Importance of the Judgment of the ICTY against Momcilo Perisic;
Academician Professor. dr. Ljubomir Berberović, Serbian Consultation Council and the International Community in Sarajevo during the Siege (1993-1994);
Academician Professor. dr. Vlatko Doleček, The Example of the Intellectual Resistance to the Aggression;
Prof. Dr. Luka Markešić, Sarajevo between Heaven and Shells (Ljubo Lucic’s Sarajevo diary);
Academician Professor. Dr. Vladimir Premec, The Inhumane Factum: the Siege of Sarajevo (1992-1995);
Hasan Efendic, The Military-Political Importance of the Defense of Sarajevo Observed from the Aspect of the Place and the Role of the “TO” of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina;
Fikret Muslimovic, The Content and the Character of the Events in Sarajevo on 2 and 3 May 1992;
Hamid Bahto, The Events in Sarajevo on 2 and 3 May 1992;
Prof. Dr. Duljko Hasić, The Economic Aspect of the loss of the Buildings of the Cultural and Educational Institutions in Sarajevo caused by Aggression;
Veljko Droca, The Role of Serbs’ Civil Forum in Sarajevo;
Dr. Marinko Pejic, The Role of “HVO” of Sarajevo in the Defense of Sarajevo;
Prof. dr. Ismet Gavrankapetanović, Surgeon and the Wounded Person in Sarajevo;
Dr. Youssef Hajir, The Significance Organization of the General Hospital “Dobrinja” in 1992-1995;
Prof. Dr. Senadin Ljubojevic, Are the Hellish Intentions of the Aggressor to "Stretch the Mind" of the Residents of the Besieged Sarajevo Succeeded?;
Prof. Dr. Zehra Dizdarevic - Hasan Žutić, Pulmonary Service in Sarajevo under Siege;
Prof. dr. Faris Gavrankapetanović, A Post-War Burden of Child Population affected by War Injuries;
Prof. Dr. Ajnija Omanic, Crimes against Health Workers in Sarajevo;
Prof. dr. Selmo Cikotic, Defense of Sarajevo is the Symbol of a Struggle for Universal Values;
Mr. Arnaut Meldijana Haseljić - Velid Sabic, The Judgement of ICTY against Dragomir Milosevic - Law and the Justice for the Victims of Sarajevo under Siege;
Prof. Dr. Faruk Dalagija, Radiological Diagnostics in Sarajevo during the Siege (1992-1995);
Mr. Husein Omerovic, Participation of the Volunteers and the Foreign Mercenaries in the Siege of Sarajevo;
Mr. Ermin Kuka, Educational System in Sarajevo during the Siege (1992-1995).

Merisa Karović-Babić


The Mass Murder of Civilians in Sarajevo During the Siege (1992-1995)

Sarajevo, 2014.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (345 pages);

Preface
1. Introduction;
2. THE AGGRESSION AGAINST RBIH AND THE SIEGE OF SARAJEVO;
3. MASS KILLINGS OF CIVILIANS IN SARAJEVO: APRIL 1992 - May 1993;
4. SARAJEVO - SAFE ZONE OF THE UNITED NATIONS;
5. "WITHDRAWAL" - "REGROUPING" HEAVY WEAPONS AROUND SARAJEVO. MASS KILLINGS OF CIVILIANS: MARCH 1994 - AUGUST 1995;
6. CRIMES "FROM THE SIEGE" COMMITTED AGAINST CIVILIANS UNDER THE SIEGE;
7. NUMBER OF VICTIMS AND RESPONSIBILITY FOR CRIMES;
8. CONCLUSION;
9. BIBLIOGRAPHY;
10. ATTACHMENTS.

Elvedin Mulagić


The Denial of the Genocide Committed against Bosniaks

Sarajevo, 2014.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (231 pages);

Preface
Introduction
1. THE GENOCIDE IN THEORY AND RELEVANT DOCUMENTS;
2. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCHES ABOUT THE PHENOMENON OF GENOCIDE DENIAL;
3. THIRD BASIC STARTING POINT NEGATE THE GENOCIDE AGAINST BOSNIAKS;
4. SYSTEM APPROACH IN THE DENIAL OF THE GENOCIDE AGAINST BOSNIAKS COMMITTED IN THE PERIOD 1992-1995;
5. GENOCIDE DENIAL AT THE INTERNATIONAL LEVEL;
CONCLUSIONS;
SOURCES AND LITERATURE;
ABOUT THE AUTHOR.

Eli Tauber


The Holokaust in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sarajevo, 2014.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (700 pages);

PREFACE; ANTI-SEMITISM;
HOLOCAUST / SHOAH;
I. THE IDEOLOGICAL AND THE SOCIAL REQUIREMENTS BEFORE THE HOLOCAUST;
II. PERSECUTION OF THE JEWS - THE LEGISLATION, REPOSSESSIONS, COMMISSIONERS, TERROR AGAINST JEWS, SEPHARDIC AND ASHKENAZI JEWISH MUNICIPALITY DURING THE WAR;
III. FINAL SOLUTION OF JEWISH ISSUE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA;
IV. THE CONCENTRATION AND LABOR CAMPS, DEATH CAMPS;
V. THE ANTI-SEMITIC PROPAGANDA AND ACTIVITIES OF USTASHA AUTHORITIES IN THE CASE OF SARAJEVO NEWSPAPER “NOVI LIST” AND EXHIBITION OF “JEWS”;
VI. THE ATTEMPTS OF RESCUING;
VII. THE UPRISING OF PEOPLES OF YUGOSLAVIA AND THE JEWISH’ JOINING THE NATIONAL LIBERATION MOVEMENT;
VIII. ATTACHMENTS.

Nermin Halilagić


Crime against Humanity in Contemporary Criminal Law

Sarajevo, 2015.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (348 pages);

Preface;
Introduction;
Chapter one: International Criminal Law;
Chapter two: Crimes against Humanity according to the Statutes of the International Criminal Courts, Drafts of the Codex of Crimes against Peace and Security and Criminal Law BiH;
Chapter three: The Term and the Basic Elements of Felony of Crime against Humanity;
Chapter four: The Act of Felony of Crime against Humanity;
Concluding Findings; Appendix – Statistical Data of MKSJ Related to the Felony of Crime against Humanity.

Irene Levin


What is Social Work?

Sarajevo, 2015.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (241 pages);

Preface;
Chapter 1: What is Social Work?
Chapter 2: One More Object;
Chapter 3: What Kind of Object Is It?;
Chapter 4: A person In a Situation;
Chapter 5: Relations
Chapter 6: Changes;
Chapter 7: Help and Control;
Chapter 8: From Handkerchief and Narrow Shoe;
Notes;
Literature;
Register.

Mujo Begić


GENOCIDE IN PRIJEDOR – THE TESTIMONIES

Zagreb, Sarajevo 2015

CROATIAN MEMORIAL DOCUMENTATION CENTRE OF THE HOMELAND WAR, ZAGREB
University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (775 pages);

The word of editorial;
Introduction;
Part I – PRIJEDOR ON THE EVE OF AGGRESSION
Part II – ATTACKS OF SERBIAN FORCE IN THE MUNICIPALITY OF PRIJEDOR
Part III – THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS AND OTHER DETENTION AREAS IN PRIJEDOR
Part IV – MASS EXPULSIONS OF BOSNIAKS AND CROATS FROM THE PRIJEDOR MUNICIPALITY
Part V – DESTROYING OF ISLAMIC AND CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS BUILDINGS
Part VI – DESTROYING OF BOSNIAKS AND CROATS MATERIAL GOODS IN PRIJEDOR MUNICIPALITY
Part VII – THE MASS GRAVES
CONCLUSIONS
SOURCES AND THE LITERATURE
THE TESTIMONIES OF VICTIMS IN PRIJEDOR MUNICIPALITY, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA

Rasim Muratović
Ermin Kuka


Genocide in Brcko 1992-1995

Sarajevo 2015
University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (646 pages);

PREFACE
PART I – BRCKO – THE SITUATION BEFORE AND AFTER THE SERBIA'S AND MONTENEGO'S AGGRESSION ON BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA;
PART II – THE TYPES, SCOPE AND FEATURES OF THE CRIMES AND GENOCIDE COMMITTED IN BRCKO;
PART III – THE CIVIL VICTIMS OF GENOCIDE;
PART IV – THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR CRIMES AND GENOCIDE IN BRCKO;
POST SCRIPTUM;
APPENDIX;
CONCLUDING REMARKS;
THE CONCLUSION OF THE RESEARCH LEADER;
REVIEWS;
SOURCES AND LITERATURE;
INDEX OF NAMES.

Esad Bajtal


English translation Samir Kulaglić

BITE OF THE MEMORY SNAKE - Homage to dignity and pain of the Srebrenica mothers

Sarajevo 2015
University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (51, 51 pages);

Mujo Begic
Senadin Ramic
Zlatan Ališić


TOMAŠICA-MASS GRAVE

Sarajevo 2015
University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (152 pages);

INTRODUCTORY PART;
PART 1: INTRODUCTION TO Tomasica (Basic characteristics of Prijedor municipality; How everything started - Prijedor, 29/30 April, 1992; attacks by Serbian forces and the emergence of a mass grave Tomašica; Start of mass killings of Muslims and Croats, killed people from Kozarac - the first victims of Tomašica; The crimes of the Serbian forces in the town of Prijedor - killing in the streets; Crimes of Serbian forces at the Brdo - killing before the eyes of loved ones.);
PART 2: TOMAŠICA - LARGEST PRIMARY MASS GRAVE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, (Hiding human remains of murder victims; Exhumation of a mass grave Tomašica; How victims were killed - types of fatal injuries; Visiting the location of a mass grave Tomašica; Identifying victims from mass graves Tomašica and Jakarina kosa; The funeral for victims of Tomašice; Media reporting on the discovery of mass graves Tomašica, Assistance in the exhumation;);
FINAL CONCLUSIONS;
SOURCES AND LITERATURE.

Muamer Džananović


CRIMES AGAINST THE CHILDREN IN GORAZDE DURING THE SIEGE 1992-1995

Sarajevo 2015
University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (304 pages);

INTRODUCTORY PART;
1. The theoretical and methodological approach to work (Theoretical basis of the work, methodological approach to work);
2. GORAŽDE IN THE GREAT-SERBIAN STRATEGIC GOALS (Dissolution of Yugoslavia and the aggression against the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the siege of Gorazde);
3. STRATEGIES OF DELIBERATE ATTACKS ON CIVILIANS, CIVILIAN POPULATION AND CIVILIAN OBJECTS IN GORAZDE DURING THE SIEGE(Killing in Gorazde and “killing" of Gorazde);
4. CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN IN GORAZDE DURING THE SIEGE (Systematic killing of children, other crimes against children);
CONCLUSION;
ABBREVIATIONS;
ATTACHMENTS.

Izet Kubat
Salko Čampara


Genocide against Bosniaks in East Herzegovina

Sarajevo 2015
University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (552 pages);

INTRODUCTION;
CHAPTER I (Brief extract of UN conventions, declarations and charters on the issue of genocide);
CHAPTER II (pre-Ottoman era);
CHAPTER III (Who are the Bosnians-Bosniaks? -ethnogenesis);
Chapter IV (The rule of the Ottoman Empire until 1978 ...);
Chapter V (Examples of genocidal cleansing of Bosniaks in Montenegro and East Herzegovina...);
CHAPTER VI (Famous Bosniaks in the Ottoman Empire...);
Chapter VII (The rule of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in Bosnia and Herzegovina 1878-1914...);
Chapter VIII (Kingdom of Slovenes, Croats and Serbs 1918-1941; Position of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the community of Yugoslav peoples...);
Chapter IX (Genocidal roots planning and extermination of Bosniaks in the great-state Serbian, Croatian and Montenegrin projects);
Chapter X (Division of Sandzak on the Montenegrin and Serbian part);
Chapter XI (Great-Serbian scenario of "Nacertanije" ...);
Chapter XII (Resolutions, appeals and protests of Bosniaks against the arrest and killings of Serbs from the government of the Independent State of Croatia in 1941 ...);
CHAPTER XIII (Few roots of eradication of Bosniaks in East Herzegovina and agrarian reform...);
CHAPTER XIV (The censuses by the Ottoman Empire, the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, the Kingdom of Yugoslavia and Tito's Yugoslavia in municipalities);
CHAPTER XV (Several statements of renowned international and Serbian intellectuals about their Serbian and Montenegrin compatriots...);
UNFAMILIAR WORDS, PERSONALITIES AND TERMS;
References;
REVIEWS;
AUTHORS.

Paul Moxnes

What is fear?


Translated from the Norwegian by Rasim Muratović

Sarajevo 2015
University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (219 pages);

Preface;
CHAPTER 1 Healthy fear;
CHAPTER 2 The theory of fear;
CHAPTER 3 The sick fear;
CHAPTER 4 Of course, it induces pain... To master by fear in your own way;
COMPLETION;
LITERATURE;
REGISTER.

Omer Ibrahimagić

Bosnia is approaching the peace with itself

Sarajevo 2015
University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (835 pages);

PREFACE;
FOREWORD;
Ideas and projects;
OPINIONS of Strategy Group;
LECTURES;
ANNIVERSARIES;
ESSAYS AND REVIEWS;
LETTERS;
APPENDIX;
ABOUT THE AUTHOR;
AFTERWORD.

Øyvind Østerud

What is the war?
Translated from the Norwegian by Rasim Muratovic

Sarajevo 2016
University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (236 pages);

INTRODUCTION;
Chapter 1: What for the war?;
Chapter 2: New wars;
Chapter 3: Waging war for sale;
Chapter 4: Democratic Peace;
Chapter 5: When the weak win a battle;
CONCLUSION;
LITERATURE;
REGISTER.

Mujo Begic

Bosanska Krupa 1992-1995 - The city in ruins

Sarajevo 2016

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (350 pages);

INTRODUCTION;
Chapter 1: Bosanska Krajina in Great Serbian plans;
Chapter 2: Bosanska Krupa on the eve of the aggression;
Chapter 3: Aggression in the area of the municipality of Bosanska Krupa;
Chapter 4: Camps and places of detention of Bosniaks and Croats of the municipality of Bosanska Krupa;
Chapter 5: Destruction of religious buildings at the area of the municipality of Bosanska Krupa;
Chapter 6: Mass graves and other places of killing Bosniaks and Croats at the municipality of Bosanska Krupa;
Chapter 7: Destruction and looting property of Bosniaks and Croats at the municipality of Bosanska Krupa;
Chapter 8: Illegal persecution of Muslims and Croats from temporarily occupied part of Bosanska Krupa;
Chapter 9: Inflicting death upon children in the municipality of Bosanska Krupa;
CONCLUSION;
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS;
SOURCES AND LITERATURE;
REGISTAR OF PERSONAL NAMES.


Husejin Omerović

The victims of genocide in the Vlasenica area 1992-1995



Sarajevo 2016
University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (499 pages);

FOREWORD;
INTRODUCTION;
Chapter 1: VLASENICA THROUGHOUT HISTORY;
ROOTS AND CAUSES OF SERBIAN GENOCIDAL POLICY TOWARDS BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA;
Chapter 2: SSCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE ABOUT POLITICAL AND MILITARY CIRCUMSTANCES IN YUGOSLAVIA, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA AND VLASENICA IN THE EVE OF AGGRESSION;
Chapter 3: CRIMES AGAINST BOSNIAKS IN VLASENICA 1992-1993;
CRIMES AGAINST BOSNIAKS IN THE VILLAGES OF VLASENICA;
SPECIFIC CRIMES AGAINST CERTAIN CATEGORIES OF VICTIMS;
PLACES OF DETENTION OF THE BOSNIAK POPULATION IN VLASENICA;
Chapter 4: CRIMES AGAINST BOSNIAKS IN VLASENICA 1993-1995;
Chapter 5: VICTIMS OF GENOCIDE;
Chapter 6: RESPONSABILITY FOR CRIMES AGAINST BOSNIAKS IN VLASENICA;
Chapter 7: THE SUFFERING OF SERBS IN VLASENICA MUNICIPALITY;
CONCLUSIONS;
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS;
SOURCES AND LITERATURE;
APPENDIX.

Dževa Avdić

My smile is my revenge



Sarajevo 2016
University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (195 pages);

REVIEWS;
BIOGRAPHY.

SREBRENICA 1995-2015: EVALUATION OF HERITAGE AND LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES OF GENOCIDE

Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference which was held on 9-11 July 2015 in Sarajevo-Tuzla-Srebrenica (Potocari): 9-11 July 2015.
Sarajevo, 2016.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (1034 pages);

TABLE OF CONTENTS;

BOOK I (538 pages)

Address of welcome by:

Rasim Muratović
Enes Karić
Muharem Avdispahić
Ivar Amundsen

Ahmić, Amir, ICTY- Researching and proving genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina;
Arnaut-Haseljić, Meldijana, Subašić-Galijatović, Sabina, Hajrić-Čaušević, Alma, Srebrenica- paradigm of genocide in Podrinje;
Avdić, Dževa, I have to tell the truth… to oppose the oblivion;
Balić, Hasan, Srebrenica- Bosnian-and-Herzegovinian amendment;
Bečirović, Fikret, Genocide against Bosniaks in Podrinje-destruction of demographic map and far-reaching socio-political and economic consequences;
Bećirević, Edina, Genocide denial: The case study of Bosnia and Herzegovina;
Begić, Mujo, Genocide in Prijedor and Srebrenica- a comparative approach;
Dizdarević, Ismet, The post-traumatic stressed disorder of surviving victims of the Srebrenica genocide;
Doubt, Keith, Preserving friendships before and after genocide;
Džananović, Muamer, Grabovica Almir, Crimes in Zepa 1992-1995;
Džubur-Kulenović, Alma, Treatment of survivors of political and war abuse, psychotherapy by testimony;
Đozić Adib, Alibegović, Abdel, Education and genocide- Who, how and why “prohibits” education about genocide against Bosniaks 1992-1995;
Efendić, Nirha, Cultural-Memorial Aspect and Poetical Features of Documentary Prose Written by Hasan Nuhanovic and Emir Suljagic ;
Fejzić-Čengić, Fahira, People deprived of the right to genocide!;
Gabela, Omer, Theoretical and methodological aspect of genocide research in Bosnia and Herzegovina;
Halilagić, Nermin, The role of the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in establishing the facts about war crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina;
Halilović, Enver, Political aspect of the Srebrenica genocide;
Hasić, Zijad, Safe zones in an armed conflict with regards to the safe areas during the aggression against Bosnia and Herzegovina 1992-1995;
Hero, Mesud, Memorial Centre in Potocari- advantages and disadvantages of the concept;
Hubbel, Weiss John, Why it is difficult to end a genocide?;
Huseinović, Avdo, The possibility of the reconstruction of events through the testimony of members of Army and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Srpska;
Ibrahimagić, Omer, International comunity betrayed Srebrenica;
Kožar, Azem, Cultural-historical heritage of war crimes and the crime of genocide in Srebrenica;
Krcić, Šefket, The world and genocide in Srebrenica, The tragic fate of Bosniaks from Srebrenica 1995-2015;
Kromljak, Laura, Karamehić-Muratović, Ajlina, Post-traumatic Growth and Levels of Witnessing in Esad Boškailo and Julia Lieblich’s “Wounded I am More Awake”: Finding Meaning After Terror.





SREBRENICA 1995-2015: EVALUATION OF HERITAGE AND LONG-TERM CONSEQUENCES OF GENOCIDE

Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference which was held on 9-11 July 2015 in Sarajevo-Tuzla-Srebrenica (Potocari): 9-11 July 2015.
Sarajevo, 2016.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (1034 pages);

TABLE OF CONTENTS;

BOOK II (496 pages)

Kuka, Ermin, The importance and role of education about the genocide in Srebrenica “UN safe zone” in July 1995;
Kurtćehajić, Suad, Genocide in Srebrenica as a basis for abolition of The Dayton Peace Agreement;
Kurtović, Rejhan, Declaration on Srebrenica between needs and reality;
Lapandić, Nermin, The eleventh stage of genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina;
Mahmutović, Muhamed, Srebrenica - Genocide which cannot be found in school textbooks!;
Matton, Sylvie, Evidence and shame, International responsibility for the genocide in Srebrenica, 9 July 2015.;
Medić, Jasmin, Genocide in Kozarac and Srebrenica- comparative approach;
Mišković, Tamara, Disparity between international conventions and their implementation outcomes through local laws: Making decisions about the protection of children during the war;
Moćević,Tarik, The political system of Bosnia and Herzegovina as the consequence of genocide;
Moore, Benjamin, Memory, Oral History, and a Generational Divide: The Bosnian Diaspora Community in St. Louis;
Mulagić, Elvedin, Denial of genocide against Tutsi and Bosniaks- a comparative approach;
Muratović, Admir, Genocide and crimes against Bosniaks in Bosnia and Sandzak 1992-1995 with particular reference to Srebrenica- the truth as the most reliable prevention of the repetition of evil;
Muratović, Rasim, Džananović, Muamer, The testimony of genocide victims of the crime of genocide in Srebrenica in July 1995;
Najetović, Džemal, International involvement and responsibility for genocide against Bosniaks in Srebrenica;
Omerović, Husejin, Occupation of Vlasenica and crimes against Bosniaks from this municipality;
Pejanović, Mirko, Cvrk, Mirsad, The refugee returns in function of renewal of inter-entity trust in the town and municipality of Srebrenica;
Pettigrew, David, Prohibited Memorials and the Continuation of Genocide in Republika Srpska: The Legacy of Srebrenica and Dayton;
Popović, Milan, The clause of chaos;
Rizvić, Selma, Alispahić, Fatmir, Virtual Museum as a media for culture of memory;
Sinanović, Zemir, Crime and punishment: Suicides of war criminals in Bosnia and Herzegovina;
Šarić, Sabahudin, Negation of genocide in Srebrenica;
Šestanović, Muhamed, Pathology of denial and minimizing of genocide against Bosniaks;
Škrbić, Ajla, How to commemorate Srebrenica properly?;
Taljić, Isnam, How to treat Srebrenica in the art, especially literature- based on the example of my book “The story of Srebrenica”;
Termiz, Dževad, Problems in the Research of Crimes;
Vukadinović, Srđan, Coping with levels of (ir)responsibility for prevention of long-term consequences of genocide in Srebrenica;
Zagorica, Jasmina, Genocide against Bosniaks in Podrinje- social issues of single parenthood.


Eli Tauber

When Neighbors Were Real Human Beings


Sarajevo, 2016.

University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (45 pages);

Introduction;
Righteous Among The Nations Bosnia And Herzegovina;
The Story Of How Zlata Was Adopted Forever;
Bogljub and Ljuba's Bravery;
The village of saftey;
The story Of Andjelka and her family;
Two employees who saved the boss;
The Schindler of Tuzla;
The Silk Factory's Mechanic;
The children of Hasija;
Aliza was like their child;
The story of Zejneba;
The Courage of Rezak and Sulejman;
They saved the Sarajevo Haggadah;
Uncle Salih;
The story of Ahmed, who saved his Jewish friends, and paid with his life;
One family;
Little Ester was saved first.

Grete Brochmann

What is the imigration?
Translated from the Norwegian by Rasim Muratovic

Sarajevo 2016
University of Sarajevo
Institute for Research of Crimes against Humanity and International Law (222 pages);

INTRODUCTION;
Chapter 1: Migration surroundings;
Chapter 2: The welfare state;
Chapter 3: Who are the immigrants?;
Chapter 4: Nation and multicultural society;
Chapter 5: Labour and internationalization;
Chapter 6: Imigration in the century;
Notes;
Register.