The precarious peace in the Balkans created by the Dayton agreement hangs on some nebulous language in the treaty. A lasting truce will depend largely on the extent of the signatories’ motivation for peace by PATRICK MOORE DURING THE OFTEN tense Proximity Peace Talks, American diplomats shuttled back and forth between rooms where delegations from […]

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