2 February 2004 Ashdown must ensure that Mostar’s new unified administration is truly efficient and cheaper than the six abolished municipal administrations. For the past eight years, the Bosnian city of Mostar has been a theater of fierce administrative competition along ethnic lines. What nationalist politicians and clergymen have done to this long-suffering city in […]

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