This paper examines the humanitarian aspects of the Bosnian War and the role of the international community both during and after the end of the war.

Abdullah Keşvelioğlu 11 July 2020

This paper examines the humanitarian aspects of the Bosnian War and the role of the international community both during and after the end of the war. Firstly, it provides a background on the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Bosnian War (1992-1995). Secondly, it gives an account of the humanitarian aspect of the war, with emphasis on the Srebrenica Genocide. Furthermore, the paper analyses the role of the international community, UNPROFOR and The International Criminal Tribunal for Former Yugoslavia (ICTY). The paper concludes with an account of the current state of affairs in the highly polarised country and place of the Dayton Peace Accords in the current situation.

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