Susanne Dickel (by way of richard barbrook) on Wed, 29 Mar 2000 23:39:57 +0200 (CEST)

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[Nettime-bold] Bosnian Institute News

NEWS UPDATE, March 2000

Monday, 3 April 2000:

Mark Thompson	"The real goals of international policy in the
 			former Yugoslavia"

The Bosnian Institute's Monthly Public Forums are held on the first
Monday of every month except August (or the second Monday, if the first
is a Bank Holiday). Meetings take place in the Boardroom, University of
Westminster, 309 Regent Street, London, W1 from 7 to 9 PM. Closest
underground station: Oxford Circus.

Mark Thompson, the journalist and writer, is the author of A Paper
House: the ending of Yugoslavia (1992) and Forging the War: the media in
Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina (new edition 1999).  He worked
for four years in Croatia for the UN and the OSCE and has recently
competed a report for the latter on international organizations and
media reform.  His 20 November 1999 op-ed in the International Herald
Tribune was one of the first authoritative articles in the mainstream
press arguing from a pro-Bosnian position that the Dayton Peace
Agreement is unworkable.


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