Yesterday, I was interviewed by Zoran Stupar of Dnevno. Here is an English version of that interview.
Mishka Gora: Remembers with disgust those who did not respond forcefully to Serbian aggression.
I believe the only moral response to what happened in Croatia and then Bosnia was to meet force with force. If the international community had sent troops to fight with the Croatians in 1991 then the war could have been nipped in the bud, and what we witnessed in Bosnia may never even have happened. Even if we accept peacekeeping as a sufficient response, British troops should have been liberating concentration camps as they did in the 1940s instead of stifling under an unconscionably weak UN mandate.
Australian Mishka Góra came to Croatia in the middle of the war, although she originally planned to visit Europe as a tourist. As a humanitarian worker in the war, she witnessed…
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