Letter to Stojan Sokolović
in The ethics of researching war
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This chapter is about a letter from the author to Stojan Sokolović who is an existing pseudonymic individual whom the author had interviewed indirectly through various sources. The letter describes about their wanderings through Knez Mihajlova after the last war ended and their discussions on the loss of Kosovo and the damages cost. It discusses the way of world where profit is gained from another's loss. The letter describes in-depth about what kind of person Sokolovic is and the attacks on buildings with Siberian flags hung through laundry. It also describes about the train ride while speaking about where Sokolovic lived; how the author shared her thoughts, words, faith, prayers and admonitions; their dissymmetry of friendship they had formed with no similarities between them.

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