Edin Radušić is the author of a new study focusing on the British public narrative and discourse during the Great Eastern Crisis, focusing on the Herzegovina uprising of 1875 and its political ramifications. This work is a sharp turn from his previous book, in which he explored the British political policy toward Bosnia and Herzegovina in the late Ottoman era. This area is still quite overlooked and seldom explored, and this study is one of only a few dealing with the British public discourse of the nineteenth century and is the only work that focuses on the public discourse regarding Bosnia and Herzegovina and the uprising in the British public narrative—or in fact, that of any other world power at the time. Because this is the first work on this subject, with his study, the author explores uncharted parts of Bosnian history, which the author himself notes. With the contribution...

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