Slobodan Milošević

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    but it is because we socialize men to not rape. This particular explanation is especially relevant in the context of the Bosnian genocide because the soldiers wanted to “spread their genes” in order to extinguish the Bosnian muslims. Nadler’s explanation ties with Cohen’s explanation (2013) on why certain individual rape during the context of war. According to Cohen it is a way to tie the group together in a brotherhood. After War World II the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was formed which incorporated Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, and Macedonia. Even if President Josip Broz Tito was able to maintain the individual states united and the different ethnic groups at peace, after his death war began. The new Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic wanted to create a Great Serbia, that entailed taking parts of Croatia and Bosnia. In order to create a Great Serbia, the Bosnian Serbs thought they had to eradicate the part of the Bosnian population who were Muslims. In 1992 Bosnia’s declaration of independence triggered the first attacks from the Serbian Separatists. During this war, mass killing, concentration camps, rapes and other sexual crimes were carried out. The most tragic events of the war were the siege of Sarajevo and the genocide at Srebrenica, where thousand of people were killed, and women were subjects to torture rape and other sexual acts. The genocide at Srebrenica lasted four days, and many of the victims are still unknown. Many victims were thrown…

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    Slobodan Milošević was raised in the Axis regime of The Kingdom of Yugoslavia. While he was growing up his parents divorced and his father committed suicide shortly after. This lead his mother and brother to join the communist party like his uncle. His uncle and mother both killed themselves within a couple of years of each other. Giving him a loose grasp on death since it came so easily to him. After graduating college he went on to move up in ranks in both the Communist party and the nation's…

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    ruthlessly. He ordered the hens’ rations to be stopped, and decreed that any animal giving so much of a grain of corn to a hen should be punishable by death.” (76) . As a leader, Napoleon adjusted the political system in Animal farm from a communism to totalitarianism. Which prevented the animals from getting suspicious and thinking that communism was being forgotten. Each change signifies his increasing power and shows how the Animal Rebellion has gone further and further from its original…

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