In the aftermath of war

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Abstract or Description

Despite their inaction during this massacre, when relative calm was restored to the region by the Dayton Peace Agreement in late 1995, the international community rushed in to help rebuild the region’s infrastructure and repair its social fabric. Anthropologist Sarah Wagner examines one aspect of this post-conflict reconstruction in detail in her compelling new book on the use of DNA analysis by the newly created International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) to locate and identify missing Bosniak males.




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Nature Genetics, 41, 137.