Teasing at sorrow

Peretz, Martin
December 1995
New Republic;12/18/95, Vol. 213 Issue 25, p46
Focuses on the significance of the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia to ending the civil war between Serbs and Muslim Bosnians in Bosnia as of December 18, 1995. Difference between the genocide against the Jews and the genocide against the Bosnian Muslims; Attitude of U.S. citizens toward the Bosnians; Comparison between the peace process going on in Bosnia and in Israel.


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