Articles by Peter Maass

category: Balkans

Suddenly They Are Killers

The Washington Post  |  May 12, 1996

Bosnia’s Ground Zero

Vanity Fair  |  March 1996
In Bosnia, soldiers keep an uneasy peace. In the Hague, an international war-crimes tribunal convenes. But neither courts nor armies can lay to rest the nightmare of the Bosnian Serb death camps. In an excerpt from his new book, Peter Maass finds that mass torture, rape, and murder are the face of an only too human evil.

Will Killers Go Free? War Criminals Shouldn’t Walk

The Washington Post  |  February 25, 1996

Lesson for a Younger Generation

The Washington Post  |  April 20, 1994

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