The Yugoslavia crisis in the early phases of the 1990s led to the involvement of strategies that were aimed at bringing peace and stability in the country. However, it was hard for the efforts to find the desired solution since the nations ended up breaking up into small states at the end of it all. Within the years of 1990 to 1992, the Former Yugoslavia had already broken into six autonomous regions (Miškulin, 2012). In this respect, Croatia formed in the year 1991 along with Slovenia and Macedonia in the same year. In the ensuing year, Bosnia-Herzegovina was established along with the Serbia and Montenegro, which sought to replace the status of the old Yugoslavia.
The Serbs believed that the Bosnian Muslims were a disease infecting Bosnia, and they were taking it upon themselves to rid Bosnia of the Muslim culture, it is what they called “ethnic cleansing”. The Serbians used methods similar to Nazi Germany in order to gather groups of Bosnian Muslims to exterminate. The most gruesome mass killing happened in Srebrenica, Bosnia, and was appropriately named the Srebrenica Massacre. In the summer of 1995, Serbian forces began sweeping through the streets of Bosnia and Herzegovina in search of non-serbs, specifically Muslims. The ones that did not have the sense to escape Bosnia while they could were found and capture.
In 1962 when Rwanda gained independence (A), the Hutu organised a revolution to overthrow the Tutsi government. When the Hutu government, under President Gregoire Kayibanda , took over, they favoured the Hutu. In 1994 when Juvenal Habyarimana, the ruling Hutu president was killed, the Hutu believed it was the Tutsi, who were trying to get revenge (H). This sparked of the Rwandan Genocide of 1994. The Rwandan Genocide took place between 7th April and 15th July in 1994.
In its history, Bosnia-Herzegovina has seen its fair share of hardship. In the wake of World War II, then known as Yugoslavia, faced Nazi occupation. The German invasion set up a kind of puppet government in Croatia and proceeded to participate in the ethnic cleansing that was being implemented all over Europe. This ethnic cleansing saw the murder of Jews, Gypsies, Serbs, and other ethnic groups. When the war ended in 1945, the communist leader Josip Broz Tito declared himself president of Yugoslavia.
Although the Soviets imposed a Stalin type of regime in Hungary during the beginning of the Soviet occupation, things continued to get worse after the failed election of the communist party in Hungary (Country Report, 2010). For example Vyachslev Molatav, a diplomat for the Soviet Union, commanded Matyas Rakosi, the leader of the Communist Party in Hungary, to use tougher actions against the Hungarian citizens in order to make a more pronounced class struggle (Wettig, 2008). The electoral loss of the Communist Party in the 1945 Hungarian elections illustrated the reality that the Central European Communists parties were weak; thus the Soviet Union felt that it was necessary to apply harsh measures onto the Hungarian people in order to ensure the survival of a communist government (Naimark, 1995). Although the Soviets believed that these measures would enforce communism as a way of life over the Hungarian population, this ended up driving the Hungarians to revolt in
The Belgians thought the Tutsi were a better race, so they gave them better jobs and educational opportunities. The Rwandan genocide was a mass murder of thousands of Tutsi people by the Hutu people, they were viciously killed and scared out of their country, partly due to the rumor that a Tutsi man ordered the death of the Rwandan President. To begin, from April to July 1994, members of the Hutu ethnic group in the East-Central African nation murdered 800,000 men, women, and children from the Tutsi ethnic group. During this period Hutu civilians were forced by military soldier and police officers to kill their neighbors, friends, and family (“10 facts About the Rwandan Genocide-Borgen”). Radio stations encouraged ordinary civilians to take part in the killings (“10 facts About the Rwandan Genocide-Borgen”).
A horrific catastrophe that materialized into 100 days. Hutus took over Rwanda, Africa April 6, 1994 – July 1994. Roughly predicted 800,000 to 1 million Tutsi and some moderate Hutus were slaughtered in the Rwandan Genocide. Rwanda president juvenal Habyarimana retrieved from a round of Talksin neighboring Tanzania, he was later killed when his plane was shot down outside of the country’s capital, Kigali. The Rwandan genocide spread throughout the country with an astonishing speed of brutality.
After the 100 day genocide, July 1994, 70% of the Tutsis have unfortunately been exterminated leaving only 30% of the population left. The tutsis weren 't the only race to have suffered the Hutus fury, the Hutus also managed to kill 30% of the Pygmy Batwa. Today, the Rwandan Genocide can be categorized according to the UN Definition of Genocide, because the Hutu majority government killed
The Bosnian War lasted from 1992 until 1995, and has been concluded after the US engagement during the presidency of Bill Clinton. The Clinton administration, led by the ambassador Richard Holbrook, successfully stopped a further bloodshed and secured an overall peace in the Former Yugoslavia with the Dayton Peace Agreement. Many books and the journal articles have been written about the causes and who is responsible for the war taking many different aspects in their analysis (i.e., with a full right due to various theoretical approaches and the level of analysis). Due to its complexity, it seems that the best way to explain it is through its legal aspects. The main reason why has the Bosnian War happened, it might be found in different approaches