An American of Croatian descent, Chuck
Sudetic is a widely published author and lecturer on international politics
and an expert on the former Yugoslavia. He covered the collapse of Yugoslavia and the war in Bosnia for the New York Times from
1990-95, and is the author of Blood
and Vengeance (Norton, 1998),
a critically acclaimed chronicle of a Bosnian Muslim family’s experiences
during the century of turmoil ending with the 1995 Srebrenica massacre. He
has worked as a contributing editor to Rolling
Stone magazine and published essays in The
Atlantic Monthly and Mother Jones.
His story on the Srebrenica massacre for Rolling Stone was a finalist for
a National Magazine Award in 1996. Sudetic currently works as an analyst for
the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia in The Hague.