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They Wouldn't Hurt a Fly

They Wouldn't Hurt a Fly

Slavenka Drakulich

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Slavenka Drakulich explores this question by examining war crimes in the former Yugoslavia. She attends sessions of the International Criminal Tribunal in The Hague, where cases of horrific atrocities that led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of people are being tried.
The author tries to understand the roots of the conflict that smoldered for many years, as well as the social and political factors that triggered its outbreak. Can any of us become criminals in the right circumstances? This is a question that haunts Drakulich. Slavenka Drakulich's text forces readers to reflect on the dark side of human nature and the tragic consequences of war.

«This book is here to disturb your sweet sleep, to make you doubt your own 'goodness', to make you think and ask uncomfortable questions - so that you don't succumb to the collective ideology that leads to the path of division, hatred, and aggression.» — Slavenka Drakulich

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Category: Modern history, Eyewitness & Reportage
Language: Ukrainian
Publisher: Komora
Paper type: Mat
Cover type: Hard
Age: 12+
Print length: 192
ISBN: 978-617-7286-30-0
Dimension: 135.0 x 2050.0 mm