ENGLISH: The Genocide of Bosnian Muslims (1992-1995) and Hiatus of Global Justice

Authors

  • Rahim Dad Sherani University of Balochistan, Quetta, Pakistan
  • Prof. Dr. Abdul Manan Bazai University of Balochistan, Quetta, Pakistan

Keywords:

Genocide, Bosnian Muslims, Violation of Human Rights, Case of Goran Jelisic

Abstract

The 1992-1995 war in Bosnia was most exceedingly devastating war in European landmass. The considerable and organized human right infringement was the most noticeably awful in Europe since World War II. The article propounds, in light of a temporary analysis of non-lawful essentially social studies and humanities composition about the Yugoslav emergency, as well as centered investigation of the genocide of Bosnian Muslims (1992-1995) and global justice. A main point of interest inside the confirmation of genocide has been, where and when such violations took place. The prior time of the conflict, within the spring/summer of 1992 in eastern and northern Bosnia, frequently noticed by investigators as the critical time of considerable and organized viciousness constituting genocide, has been to a great extent maintained a strategic distance from or rejected by the worldwide legal exertion. By looking at the critical instance of Goran Jelisic, this article highlights in detail various issue of explanation or misconception within the evolving jurisprudence on genocide.

Author Biographies

Rahim Dad Sherani, University of Balochistan, Quetta, Pakistan

Ph.D Scholar, (IR) in Pakistan Study Centre

Prof. Dr. Abdul Manan Bazai, University of Balochistan, Quetta, Pakistan

Professor and Ex-Chairman of International Relations Department

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Published

01.01.2022

How to Cite

Rahim Dad Sherani, & Prof. Dr. Abdul Manan Bazai. (2022). ENGLISH: The Genocide of Bosnian Muslims (1992-1995) and Hiatus of Global Justice. Al-Dalili, 3(2), 11–19. Retrieved from http://aldalili.com/index.php/dalili/article/view/69

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