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Welcome to Episode Four of Peace at Risk in Bosnia.In the first three episodes of the podcast, released as a series in December 2021, Aegis looked at the roots, context and potential solutions for the current crisis in Bosnia, where secessionist moves by Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik threaten a return to violence almost three decades after the Dayton Peace Accords ended war and genocide in the country. In this episode, with Russia’s war on Ukraine looming in the background, Doctor Emir Suljagić, genocide survivor and the director of the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial Centre, brings us up to speed on recent Dodik’s efforts. We get perspective from political scientist Jasmin Mujanović on the influence of Moscow and its proxies in the region, and hear from British MP Fleur Anderson, Member of Parliament for Putney and Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Genocide Prevention, which is administered by the Aegis Trust. Finally, we hear from Velma Šarić and Tatjana Milovanović at the Sarajevo-based peacebuilding NGO the Post Conflict Research Center.The episode begins, however, with Hasan Hasanović, a survivor of the genocide at Srebrenica, who is now head of oral history at the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial Centre. Hasanović uses his own experience to explain why the Memorial, and the work of peace education in Bosnia, are “beyond crucial.”Support the show
Welcome to Episode Three of Peace at Risk in Bosnia, a three-part podcast by the Aegis Trust exploring the present crisis which threatens a return to violence 26 years after the Dayton Peace Accords ended war and genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In this third and final episode, we consider what the solutions might be; both for preventing an immediate explosion of violence, and for defusing the fear, hostility and unresolved wounds of the past which make conflict possible in the first place.Narrated by Aegis founder and CEO James Smith, with contributors Emir Suljagić (Director of the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial Center), Tatjana Milovanović  (Program Director for the Post-Conflict Research Center in Sarajevo), Hikmet Karčić (Genocide Scholar and Senior Researcher at the Institute for Islamic Tradition of Bosniaks in Sarajevo) and Jasmin Mujanović (political scientist and analyst of southeast European and international affairs).Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/aegistrust )
Welcome to Episode Two of Peace at Risk in Bosnia, a three-part podcast by the Aegis Trust exploring the present crisis which threatens a return to violence 26 years after the Dayton Peace Accords ended war and genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In this episode we find out how Bosnia’s complex constitution, formed by the Dayton Peace Accords, has become an obstacle to the country’s development. We also explore the wider geopolitical context for Bosnia’s problems being ignored or exploited by politicians and governments, both in the region and around the World. Narrated by Aegis founder and CEO James Smith, with contributors Emir Suljagić (Director of the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial Center), Tatjana Milovanović  (Program Director for the Post-Conflict Research Center in Sarajevo), Hikmet Karčić (Genocide Scholar and Senior Researcher at the Institute for Islamic Tradition of Bosniaks in Sarajevo) and Jasmin Mujanović (political scientist and analyst of southeast European and international affairs).Support the show
Welcome to Episode One of Peace at Risk in Bosnia, a three-part podcast by the Aegis Trust exploring the present crisis which threatens a return to violence 26 years after the Dayton Peace Accords ended war and genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina.In this episode, we learn how Bosnia faces a heightened risk of return to armed conflict following an intent expressed by Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik to break the Dayton Peace Accords by re-establishing the Army of Republika Srpska. We also learn about the roots of the crisis in the conflict and genocide of the 1990s, and find out about some of its effects on the series contributors themselves.Narrated by Aegis founder and CEO James Smith, with contributors Emir Suljagić (Director of the Srebrenica Genocide Memorial Center), Tatjana Milovanović (Program Director for the Post-Conflict Research Center in Sarajevo), Hikmet Karčić (Genocide Scholar and Senior Researcher at the Institute for Islamic Tradition of Bosniaks in Sarajevo), and Jasmin Mujanović (political scientist and analyst of southeast European and international affairs).Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/aegistrust )
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