Bosnia Remade: Ethnic Cleansing and Its Reversal

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Figure 4.4.Levels of moderate to total damage of residential structures139
Figure 5.1.Ethnic territories assigned by (a) Cutileiro plan (Lisbon Agreement), March 1992, (b) Vance-Owen plan with later revisions, January-February 1993, (c) Contact Group plan, July 1994, (d) Dayton Accords plan, November 1995150
Figure 6.1.Defaced sign reading “Welcome to Republic of Srpska” placed along the Inter-Entity Boundary Line173
Figure 6.2.Russian IFOR soldiers guard a checkpoint in front of Muslim civilians demanding to return191
Figure 7.1.Postwar features and return activity in Jajce195
Figure 7.2.Displaced persons by location of postwar residence, 1997202
Figure 7.3.Pallets of building material in front of the damaged house of minority returnee, Doboj225
Figure 8.1.Postwar features and return activity in Zvornik229
Figure 8.2.Property reclamation process241
Figure 9.1.Prewar residence and location in 2000 of displaced persons according to UNHCR reregistration exercise260
Figure 9.2.Postwar features and return activity in Doboj272
Figure 9.3.Total and Bosniak minority return rates calculated by Ministry for Human Rights and Refugees287
Figure 9.4.Serb and Croat minority return rates calculated by Ministry for Human Rights and Refugees288
Figure 9.5.Majority returns and minority returns in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1996–2009289
Figure 10.1.Aggregate minority returns by opština, 1996–2009297
Figure 10.2.Memorial in front of Ekonomija-Brnica land allocation site, Zvornik306
Figure 10.3.Nationalist party returns in local (opština) assembly elections, 2008312
Figure 10.4.Survey results on ethnic relations315
Figure 10.5.Altered and then corrected village sign in Urkovići320

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents xv
  • Figures xvii
  • Tables xix
  • Abbreviations xxi
  • Introduction - Ethnic Cleansing and Return as Geopolitics 3
  • 1 - Yugoslavia’s Violent Dissolution 20
  • 2 - A Distinctive Geopolitical Space 46
  • 3 - Polarization and Poison 83
  • 4 - Ethnic Cleansing 112
  • 5 - Persistent Ambivalence 142
  • 6 - Early Battles over Returns 167
  • 7 - Building Capacity 194
  • 8 - Rule of Law 228
  • 9 - Localized Geopolitical Struggles 256
  • 10 - Did Ethnic Cleansing Succeed? 293
  • List of Interviews 321
  • Appendix 327
  • Notes 337
  • References 411
  • Author Index 441
  • Subject Index 446
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