“Yet, neither the international nor the domestic legal community prosecuted the crimes of the Ustaše against the Serbs during the Second World War with the same determination. The failure to recognize the atrocities of the past, and imbalanced focus on the offences committed by the Serbs during the Balkan Wars, has perpetuated the victimhood experienced by the Serbian nation.” – Angela Talic
Interview – Angela Talic
Author: Natasa Dinic
Almost everyone in the world has heard about Auschwitz, a place in Poland where approximately 1.1 million people were murdered by the Nazis. But how many people have heard about Jasenovac concentration and extermination camp, established by the authorities of the Independent State of Croatia (NDH) and Ustaše regime, in occupied Yugoslavia during the WW II?
We had a great pleasure to interview Angela Talic, a recent UBC law graduate, who, for the first time in the history of Allard School of Law at University of British Columbia in Vancouver, wrote a comparative paper of Auschwitz and Jasenovac.
Continue reading “Recognizing the Wrongs of the Past: The Influence of Auschwitz and Jasenovac on International Criminal Law”
“The entire Metohija is my cradle – its winds intertwined with the sound of the bells coming from the monasteries of Zočište, the Holy Archangels, the Visoki Dečani, and the Patriarchate of Peć, sway me and prevent me from slipping into the dream of oblivion. They reawaken me and rock me gently from the Šar to Prokletije Mountains.” – Olivera Radić
Interview – Olivera Radić: Serbian Language and Literature teacher in Orahovac (Kosovo and Metohija), chronicler, journalist, humanist
Author: Nataša Dinić
In many different historical eras, just like
in the Contemporary Era, numerous human kingdoms have done a lot of harm to
peaceful peoples such as the Serbian people and their Church in Kosovo and
The Battle of Kosovo is not over yet and all
Serbian battles for the defense of Orthodoxy and Serbiandom are woven into it. All
Serbs, wherever they lived, are appealed to and invoked to cherish the Kosovo
Covenant – written by God’s hand – as their spiritual root, a gift and a pledge,
and to treasure it as their cradle.
Continue reading “The Cry That Takes Us Back to the Cradle”