17 July 1995 Srebrenica was obviously indefencible since it was defended neither by the few remaining Bosnian soldiers or the Dutch battalion of UN soldiers; Srebrenica was defended only by the persuasion of the UN, great powers and the “international community”. The persuasion was based on two arguments: Radovan Karadzic’s and Ratko Mladic’s good manners […]

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