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Useful online sources:
The Albert Einstein Institution
Unarmed Resistance: the transnational factor – international seminar organised by the Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies, Coventry University, England, in July 2006.
More sources available in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian language