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David Goa

Thinking about culture and life
What young nihilists were thinking about culture and life. Watch

Talking about a new renaissance
Talking about a new renaissance and a compulsion to forget, if not destroy the sources of memory that build culture. Watch

Live in a state of civil disintegration
He poses a question to men at  the monastery regarding how they are able to live in a state of civil disintegration. Watch

Way in the Balkans
The way it is in the Balkans. Watch

Balkans and Islam
Compares the Balkans and Islam. Watch

James Bisset

NATO bombings
NATO bombings. Watch

North American Media - Operation Horseshoe
North American Media/Operation Horseshoe plays role in justifying bombings. Watch

The Agreement
The Rambouillet Agreement. Watch

Ethnic Cleansing
Falacy of Mass Graves/Ethnic Cleansing. Watch

Behind bombing
Truth behind bombing. Watch

Atrocities / war
Truth about atrocities/war. Watch

End of the Cold War
NATO after the end of the Cold War (little bit of gold right here) needed to prove it's worth, USA wanted to show Europe they needed the States, Primary reason for bombing, reference to Sierra Leone massacres occurring at the same time. Watch

Reluctance to print the truth
North American Media's reluctance to print the truth about the Balkans. Watch

Establish racially pure state
Albanians want to establish racially pure state. Watch

NATO and UN's failures
NATO and UN's failures / why do we tolerate this. Watch

America's presence in Kosovo
America's presence in Kosovo since the bombings / Oil. Watch

Disappointment in Canada
Disappointment in Canada / America / NATO / UN. Watch

Ken Hykawy

Lessons Learned
Lessons learned, UN's job description, police force. Watch

Hard Question
Hard Question. Watch

Scott Taylor

Restricted to report
Journalist's went in to disprove what they had been reporting or were told to report. Watch

Serb's Exodus
Exodus of Serb's. Watch

War criminals running KLA
NATO, war criminals running KLA,  KLA operating under different names. Watch

Unprofessional conduct
Reports of unprofessional conduct / Germans. Watch

Non-lethal force
NATO/Non lethal force/Germans. Watch

Sroja Pavlovic

Cultural harmony and good socialism system
Sroja Pavlovic notes that Yugoslavia was seen as the Third Way before the war with cultural harmony and a comfortable socialism system. Watch

The failing of Yugoslavia
Tito was the force that kept Yugoslavia together, and when he died the country quickly fell apart, suggests Sroja Pavlovic. Watch

Revival of nationalism after Tito
Sroja Pavlovic points out that there was a revival of nationalism after Tito in Yugoslavia and at the same time there was a chance for the western countries to intervene and stop the coming war. Watch

Increased of Serbian nationalism
Sroja Pavlovic saw that when Serbian nationalism increased after the death of Tito, there was a reaction of other groups also claiming their own national identity. Watch

Pan Serbian nationalism
Sroja Pavlovic notes that Pan Serbian nationalism brought a backlash from other groups in Yugoslavia. Watch

Yugoslavia breaking up
As Sroja Pavlovic points out, many people in Yugoslavia believed that the country would break up, but many did not see the war that did unfold. Watch

Little help from the world
It was clear to Sroja Pavlovic, like many others that there was going to be little help from the world when the United Nations declared early in the war that the matter was an internal one and did not warrant intervention. Watch

War was fuelled by past mythologies, religious beliefs, and nationalism
Sroja Pavlovic points out that the war was fuelled by past mythologies, religious beliefs, and nationalism that invited in outside forces that were out of the control of those who started the conflict. Watch

War in the former Yugoslavia
The war in the former Yugoslavia was one based on ideologies and territory in Sroja Pavlovicís view. Watch

No intervene in the war in the former Yugoslavia
Sroja Pavlovic points out that the west did not intervene in the war in the former Yugoslavia because they had not understanding what affect it would have on them. Watch

When Sroja Pavlovic considers what genocide is defined as and considers Yugoslavia, it did in fact occur. Watch

Taking strong measures to protect themselves
0 Speaking of his own experience Sroja Pavlovic illustrates that in a war situation one must take strong measures to protect themselves. Watch

Peca Rajkovic

Serbia swept along with the events
Peca Rajkovic remembered that the Balkans war started slowly with the people of Serbia swept along with the events. Watch

Participating in the atrocities
What happened in Yugoslavia could not be described as genocide by Peca Rajkovic as all the groups were participating in the atrocities, not just one group against another. Watch

Uncertainties to return
Peca Rajkovic, like many others who left Yugoslavia when the war started stayed away as there were too many uncertainties to return. Watch

Witness to the war in the Balkans
From the perspective of Peca Rajkovic, who was witness to the war in the Balkans, it is clear that the United Nations should intervene to stop atrocities when they begin. Watch

To identify who is a war criminal
Although it may be difficult to identify who is a war criminal, Peca Rajkovic says there are many and this is an important issue. Watch

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