Articles by Peter Maass

category: Balkans

Balkan War Criminals: The Most Wanted

George  |  June 1999
The war in Yugoslavia is so complicated that it’s sometimes hard to tell the players without a scorecard. Well, here it is—a list of the Balkans’ bad guys.

Let’s Not Forget Milosevic’s Partner in Crime

The New York Times  |  May 31, 1999

Milosevic, the Perfect Dictator

The New York Times  |  May 3, 1999

Back to Bosnia

The New Republic  |  October 12, 1998
A war correspondent returns.

Destruction of Cultural Property

Crimes of War  |  August 1998
Definition of a War Crime

Willful Killing

Crimes of War  |  August 1998
Definition of a War Crime

It’s Risky to Talk Tough on Kosovo

The New York Times  |  March 10, 1998

The Fevers of Nationalism

Los Angeles Times  |  March 1, 1998
The Warrior’s Honor: Ethnic War and the Modern Conscience. By Michael Ignatieff

Love and Fury in the Balkans

The Washington Post  |  August 20, 1997
Montenegro. By Starling Lawrence

Righteous Wrath

The New York Times  |  July 14, 1997

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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