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Dear Writers, Readers, Supporters, and Followers

When we started “Quo Vademus”, it was always about creating a community of like-minded people and the idea that, despite us being perceived as “too young” and “inexperienced” we together can create change.

It was also about transparency, building something together, networking, starting a discussion, and creating a room for conversations. But most importantly it was about the personal connection.

Over the last weeks, many of you were asking about meeting the team and other members of the network and we were looking for the right tool. We think by creating a community-owned Discord server, we will be one step closer to achieving that.

On Discord, we have text-channels as well as voice channels. Public as well as private ones. Rooms where we can meet other people with shared interests and discuss topics, news, ideas, thoughts, as well as “Quo Vademus” itself.

Especially during this Pandemic, some of us are forced to spend more time at home. We therefore want to give you a place for valuable social interactions and a chance to network.

So just drop by on our Discord channel! (https://discord.gg/qrx6nVxtCh)

Stay safe and see you later!

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The Breakup of a State: The Balkan Model of the Holocaust

Only a few decades after World War II, the international community largely failed in its role as an intermediary in the war that followed the breakup of Yugoslavia. On the doorstep of the 21st century, new genocides took place in Europe with the ethnic cleansing in Srebrenica, Prijedor, Foca, Bratunac, Sarajevo, as well as all the occupied places and cities under siege in the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The terrible events in Srebrenica left a black shadow on European history. According to the International Committee of the Red Cross, 7.079 Bosnian Muslims were killed in Srebrenica between July 12 and 16, 1995, in what turned out to be the worst genocide in modern Balkan history.

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