Gospodar noćnog saobračaja

Gospodar noćnog saobračaja

Tuesday may weld but Wednesday casts asunder. Or so you might be tempted to think after last night’s surprising news that Vojislav Šešelj won a huge victory — a victory not only and probably not even primarily for him — in getting judge Frederik Harhoff removed from his case at ICTY on grounds of partiality. … Continue reading

Now at every good bookseller

Now at every good bookseller

Warning: This blog post contains material promoting my new book. Guilt, Responsibility and Denial: The Past at Stake in Post-Milošević Serbia. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013. It has taken a long time, but the book is finally out! This means that if you order a copy you will actually receive a book as opposed … Continue reading

Who’s on second?

Who’s on second?

Was there ever really a “Druga Srbija”? The term spread in the 1990s as a catchall for the anti-war, antinationalist intellectuals who did their best to argue that the murderous (or in terms of the ICTY, simultaneously murderous and nonmurderous, and consequently not specifically directed to murderosity) regime of the 1990s did not represent the … Continue reading