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Echoes of the Past: A Comparison of the Bosnia & Syria Conflict

Editors note: This was a piece I wrote back in the summer of 2012. Back then, the Syrian conflict was about a year old, and there were signs the international community might broker a legitimate resolution. 1.839 more words

Syria

Hate Speech or Free Speech on Migrants in UK Press?

Diplomat Artist Buzz: As one American born a slave & reaching to be one of the US’s great educators & scientists, George Washington Carver, stated: “Fear of something is at the root of hate for others, & hate within will eventually destroy the hater.”
http://diplomatartist.com/hate-speech-or-free-speech-on-migrants-in-uk-press/

Food for Thought-The Search for A Bosnian Dentist (The Second Letter)

26 April 1957
3:12 pm
Belgrade, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

Dear Friend and Vaunted Colleague,

I received your letter in the morning post. The verdant glories of spring also fall fresh around my daily walks through the old city. 278 more words

Food For Thought

Bosnian Countryside

This is a small strip of land in Bosnia-Herzegovina that touches the Adriatic Sea. The agricultural plane was squeezed in between the mountains, making for a beautiful site on all sides.

Landscapes

How to travel #3: Cheer on a local sport - and give it a go yourself

Sharing the triumphs and tragedies of a sports match can instantly take you from stranger to participant to arms-around-the-shoulder-singing-loudly-crony. The heightened emotion experienced together leaps over cultural barriers and you’ll find yourself included in the celebrations or commiserations like an old chum.
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Adventures

The Bosnian Luxuries: A Collection of Chapters

One of the toughest words to correctly define in the English language is “luxury.” A luxurious item for one person may not mean anything to another. 229 more words

Bosnia