The one thing all UNPROFOR commanders in Bosnia had in common was the great hopes that greeted them and the slogan Serb Friend they left with Bosnia-Herzegovina has been the site of “low-level conflicts” since April 1992. It was once acclaimed as being multi-cultural, but now has barely half of its former 4.5 million population. […]

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