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- Short Public Affairs Articles in 2023.
- Public Opinion in Frontline Ukrainian Cities in 2022
- Six months of bloody war in Ukraine
- New Research: Ukrainian attitudes toward territorial compromises.
- Articles in The Irish Times on the Ukraine Crisis and War
- Research on public opinion in the Donbas on the eve of the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine.
- New Research on Public Attitudes in the Contested Donbas/s Region
- Public Outreach Articles on New Research Findings 2020
- Re-visiting Blame Attribution around the MH17 Tragedy
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Tag Archives: Srebrenica
My interview with Bosnia’s Dnevni Avaz
Just after my return from Ireland two weeks ago, the largest daily newspaper in Bosnia-Herezegovina, Sarajevo-based Dnevni Avaz, got in contact for a feature interview in their weekend supplement. The resultant feature, entitled “Bosnia is Not a Failed State” was published on … Continue reading
Happy Birthday Republika Srpska!
Milorad Dodik, President of the Republika Srpska entity in Bosnia-Herzegovina, held a ’20th birthday party’ for the entity on 9 January 2012. That was the date that Radovan Karadzic and the rest of the leadership of the Serb Democratic Party … Continue reading