I guess I will never really know about that land until I make a personal contact with someone from there. Maybe next year I should hunt for a Bosnian girlfriend. I became an expert on Hungary thanks to an earlier Hungarian girlfriend. I will become an expert in Bosnia too. For now what I can say is that if I was a Bosnian, I would be very angry at Europe.
I think the most important word in your article was "enclave". (I mean apart from the horrors.) Does it make sense that the enabler to such attrocities was the mixture of "enclave" and "nationality"? I begin to think that your research here is one extra material that I would be able to use in my usual retoric against the ideology of nation state building. Also, I guess a federated Europe that successfully scrambles the national identities of its constituents would not have behaved in such an enabling way.
What if we speculate? Now that Europe has so discredited itself with Holland's behavior, which country is best suited to support the survival of Bosnians? I speculate that another nation state would be an unoptimal choice, so what if we search for non-nation states such as Russia, Turkey, various islamic alliances? Or would squeezed nations do for some good in this matter, such as Hungary, Albania, Bulgaria, Western Ukraine, ... ? What's your take?