Earlier I completed an MPhil degree in the Department of History where I was studying the war crimes and human rights violations committed by the Communist regime at the end and after the Second World War and supervised by Dr Christoph Mick. The decision to enrol on that programme instead of history was based on the fact it was focused on the history of the 20th century, diplomacy, politics, security, and international law. Before that I graduated history at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences also known as Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb defending the dissertation titled " Socio-political Context of the Concordat between Holy See and the Kingdom of Yugoslavia in " and journalism at the Faculty of Political Science with the dissertation which focused on the analysis of Tibetan-Chinese and Taiwanese-Chinese relations. When I began my studies in History, I developed a special interest in war and security studies, including war crimes, human rights violations, political ideologies, nationalism, political violence, and terrorism, which have remained my areas of research to the very day. While I was doing Counselling skills course at Warwick, I became curious about the problem of dehumanisation which happens in the war context, and possibly continues beyond that, particularly the way two parties in conflict see each other, and how the idea of their own identity is changing in the process. This leads to seeing the victims in the conflict as "non-humans" and it makes manipulation with their death, or even denying it, possible.
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