Peace Studies

A 5-page paper double spaced on.

Slavenka Drakulic writes, “More than a decade after the beginning of the war in the

Balkans, it is essential that we understand that it is we, ordinary people and not some

madmen, who made it possible. We were the ones who one day stopped greeting our

neighbors of a different nationality, an act that the next day made possible the opening of

concentration camps. We did it to one another. Maybe this is a good reason for

considering whether it is too easy to put a hundred men on trial in the Hague” (194).

What argument is Drakulic making in these lines? Do you think she is correct? Make

your own argument in support of her claims, or against them.

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