The Denial of Bosnia

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Mahmutcehajic, Rusmir; Jones, Francis R.; Bowder, Marina
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Descrizione libro Pennsylvania State University Press. Hardback. Condizione libro: new. BRAND NEW, The Denial of Bosnia, Rusmir Mahmutcehajic, Ivo Banac, In 1997, Rusmir Mahmutcehajic, one of Bosnia's leading public intellectuals, was scheduled to lecture on Bosnia at Stanford University but was unexpectedly denied an entry visa by American authorities. This book, first published in Bosnia in 1998, is an expanded version of that lecture. It is an indictment of the partition of Bosnia, formalized in 1995 by the Dayton Accord. It is also a plea for Bosnia's communities to reject ethnic segregation and restore mutual trust. For the first time, English-speaking readers can hear this important voice of dissent from within Bosnia-Herzegovina. Mahmutcehajic (pronounced "ma-moot-che-HI-itch") argues for the history and reality of a Bosnia-Herzegovina based upon a model of "unity in diversity". He shows that ethnic and religious cultures have coexisted in Bosnia for centuries. Partitioning of Bosnia, therefore, should have been unthinkable except that a multi-ethnic, multi-faith Bosnia stood squarely in the way of Croatian and Serbian leaders determined to enact their own nationalist programmes. The decisive moment came when the international commmunity accepted the Serb-Croat argument that ancient ethnic hatreds were endemic to Bosnia. At that point, ethnic segregation became not only acceptable but desirable. With the complicity of Western powers, Serbs and Croats proceeded to carve out ethnically cleansed states. Mahmutcehajic examines the reasons why Western liberal democracies have regarded with sympathy the struggle of Serbia and Croatia for national recognition, while viewing Bosnia's diverse society with suspicion. As one of Bosnia's former leaders in the early peace talks, he describes with authority how the parties were often physically aligned during formal talks, with Bosnian negotiators on one side of the table and everybody else - Serb, Croat and international representatives - on the other. In the end, justice was subverted and the final solution justified on the basis of an intractable "conflict of civilizations". "The Denial of Bosnia" has dire implications for the future of a Europe searching for a viable post-Cold War order. Will Europe accept ethnic segregation as a solution to the contradictions of ethnic diversity or find a way to protect and build upon this diversity? Bosnia, though currently divided and shaken to its foundations, could become a model for European progress. The greatest danger is for Bosnia to be declared just another ethnoreligious entity, in this case a "Muslim State" ghettoized inside of Europe. If protected and allowed to develop, hovever, Bosnia too could find a place in the new European order. Codice libro della libreria B9780271020303

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Descrizione libro Pennsylvania State University Press, United States, 2000. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. 238 x 160 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. In 1997, Rusmir Mahmut ehaji, one of Bosnia s leading public intellectuals, was scheduled to lecture on Bosnia at Stanford University but was unexpectedly denied an entry visa by American authorities. This book, first published in Bosnia in 1998, is an expanded version of that lecture. It is an indictment of the partition of Bosnia, formalized in 1995 by the Dayton Accord. It is also a plea for Bosnia s communities to reject ethnic segregation and restore mutual trust. For the first time, English-speaking readers can hear this important voice of dissent from within Bosnia-Herzegovina.Mahmut ehaji (pronounced ma-moot-che-HI-itch ) argues for the history and reality of a Bosnia-Herzegovina based upon a model of unity in diversity. He shows that ethnic and religious cultures have coexisted in Bosnia for centuries. Partitioning of Bosnia, therefore, should have been unthinkable except that a multi-ethnic, multi-faith Bosnia stood squarely in the way of Croatian and Serbian leaders determined to enact their own nationalist programs. The decisive moment came when the international community accepted the Serb-Croat argument that ancient ethnic hatreds were endemic to Bosnia. At that point, ethnic segregation became not only acceptable but desirable. With the complicity of Western powers, Serbs and Croats proceeded to carve out ethnically cleansed states. Mahmut ehaji examines the reasons why Western liberal democracies have regarded with sympathy the struggles of Serbia and Croatia for national recognition, while viewing Bosnia s multicultural society with suspicion. As one of Bosnia s former political leaders in the early peace talks, he describes with authority how the parties were often physically aligned during formal talks, with Bosniak negotiators on one side of the table and everybody else Serb, Croat, and international representatives on the other. In the end, justice was subverted and the final solution justified on the basis of an intractable conflict of civilizations. Mahmut ehaji confronts the religious dimension of the Bosnian dilemma with refreshing honesty. As a Bosniak committed to interreligious dialogue, he calls for more than simple toleration among Serbs, Croats, and Bosnians. He remembers that Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all share the same deity, and it is this common transcendent perspective that should open the door to the acceptance and celebration of religious diversity. Only in this way will Bosnia reclaim its unique civilization.The Denial of Bosnia has dire implications for the future of a Europe searching for a viable post Cold War order. Will Europe accept ethnic segregation as a solution to the contradictions of ethnic diversity or find a way to protect and build upon this diversity? Bosnia, though currently divided and shaken to its foundations, could become a model for European progress. The greatest danger is for Bosnia to be declared just another ethnoreligious entity, in this case a Muslim State ghettoized inside of Europe. If protected and allowed to develop, however, Bosnia too could find a place in the new European order. Codice libro della libreria FLT9780271020303

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Descrizione libro Pennsylvania State Univ Pr. Condizione libro: BRAND NEW. BRAND NEW Hardcover A Brand New Quality Book from a Full-Time Bookshop in business since 1992!. Codice libro della libreria 2023653

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Descrizione libro Pennsylvania State University Press, United States, 2000. Hardback. Condizione libro: New. 238 x 160 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. In 1997, Rusmir Mahmut ehaji, one of Bosnia s leading public intellectuals, was scheduled to lecture on Bosnia at Stanford University but was unexpectedly denied an entry visa by American authorities. This book, first published in Bosnia in 1998, is an expanded version of that lecture. It is an indictment of the partition of Bosnia, formalized in 1995 by the Dayton Accord. It is also a plea for Bosnia s communities to reject ethnic segregation and restore mutual trust. For the first time, English-speaking readers can hear this important voice of dissent from within Bosnia-Herzegovina.Mahmut ehaji (pronounced ma-moot-che-HI-itch ) argues for the history and reality of a Bosnia-Herzegovina based upon a model of unity in diversity. He shows that ethnic and religious cultures have coexisted in Bosnia for centuries. Partitioning of Bosnia, therefore, should have been unthinkable except that a multi-ethnic, multi-faith Bosnia stood squarely in the way of Croatian and Serbian leaders determined to enact their own nationalist programs. The decisive moment came when the international community accepted the Serb-Croat argument that ancient ethnic hatreds were endemic to Bosnia. At that point, ethnic segregation became not only acceptable but desirable. With the complicity of Western powers, Serbs and Croats proceeded to carve out ethnically cleansed states. Mahmut ehaji examines the reasons why Western liberal democracies have regarded with sympathy the struggles of Serbia and Croatia for national recognition, while viewing Bosnia s multicultural society with suspicion. As one of Bosnia s former political leaders in the early peace talks, he describes with authority how the parties were often physically aligned during formal talks, with Bosniak negotiators on one side of the table and everybody else Serb, Croat, and international representatives on the other. In the end, justice was subverted and the final solution justified on the basis of an intractable conflict of civilizations. Mahmut ehaji confronts the religious dimension of the Bosnian dilemma with refreshing honesty. As a Bosniak committed to interreligious dialogue, he calls for more than simple toleration among Serbs, Croats, and Bosnians. He remembers that Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all share the same deity, and it is this common transcendent perspective that should open the door to the acceptance and celebration of religious diversity. Only in this way will Bosnia reclaim its unique civilization.The Denial of Bosnia has dire implications for the future of a Europe searching for a viable post Cold War order. Will Europe accept ethnic segregation as a solution to the contradictions of ethnic diversity or find a way to protect and build upon this diversity? Bosnia, though currently divided and shaken to its foundations, could become a model for European progress. The greatest danger is for Bosnia to be declared just another ethnoreligious entity, in this case a Muslim State ghettoized inside of Europe. If protected and allowed to develop, however, Bosnia too could find a place in the new European order. Codice libro della libreria FLT9780271020303

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Descrizione libro Pennsylvania State University Press, 2000. HRD. Condizione libro: New. New Book. Shipped from UK in 4 to 14 days. Established seller since 2000. Codice libro della libreria CW-9780271020303

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Descrizione libro Penn State University Press, 2000. Condizione libro: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: In 1997, Rusmir Mahmutcehajic, one of Bosnia's leading public intellectuals, was scheduled to lecture on Bosnia at Stanford University but was unexpectedly denied an entry visa by American authorities. This book, first published in Bosnia in 1998, is an expanded version of that lecture. It is an indictment of the partition of Bosnia, formalized in 1995 by the Dayton Accord. It is also a plea for Bosnia's communities to reject ethnic segregation and restore mutual trust. For the first time, English-speaking readers can hear this important voice of dissent from within Bosnia-Herzegovina.Mahmutcehajic (pronounced "ma-moot-che-HI-itch") argues for the history and reality of a Bosnia-Herzegovina based upon a model of "unity in diversity". He shows that ethnic and religious cultures have coexisted in Bosnia for centuries. Partitioning of Bosnia, therefore, should have been unthinkable except that a multi-ethnic, multi-faith Bosnia stood squarely in the way of Croatian and Serbian leaders determined to enact their own nationalist programs. The decisive moment came when the international community accepted the Serb-Croat argument that ancient ethnic hatreds were endemic to Bosnia. At that point, ethnic segregation became not only acceptable but desirable. With the complicity of Western powers, Serbs and Croats proceeded to carve out ethnically cleansed states.Mahmutcehajic examines the reasons why Western liberal democracies have regarded with sympathy the struggles of Serbia and Croatia for national recognition, while viewing Bosnia's diverse society with suspicion. As one of Bosnia's former leaders in the early peace talks, he describes with authority how the parties were oftenphysically aligned during formal talks, with Bosniak negotiators on one side of the table and everybody else -- Serb, Croat, and international representatives -- on the other. In the end, justice was subverted and the final solution. Codice libro della libreria ABE_book_new_027102030X

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Descrizione libro 2000. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. 160mm x 20mm x 238mm. Hardcover. In 1997, Rusmir Mahmutcehajic, one of Bosnia's leading public intellectuals, was scheduled to lecture on Bosnia at Stanford University but was unexpectedly denied an entry visa by American.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 156 pages. 0.431. Codice libro della libreria 9780271020303

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