The war of the Nineties destroyed our mutual connections and our connections with the world. The region was thrown back decades, in the economic, infrastructural, social, cultural and above all civilizational sense. The number of injured and killed is measured by the thousands, and yet no one knows who started the war, who committed the crimes, who won and who lost. How do we rebuild the trust indispensable for reconciliation? Is the solution for our entire region to adhere to the European Union family and its standards? Are the new generations enlightened or even more impassioned? Why is it that we hardly speak about the consequences of the war even though we all feel them? These are some of the questions addressed by the guests of Season 3, Episode 9 of Vicinities: Đurđa Adlešić (Croatia), Zdravko Grebo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), Žarko Rakčević (Montenegro) and Zoran Ilić (Serbia). Writer Enver Kazaz (Bosnia and Herzegovina) also talked about the aftermath of war in his opening keynote: “The result of the war is that we created new states. Its consequence is that our past is more important to us than the present and the future.”