by Patrick Moore ATTENTION DURING THE FIRST HALF OF JANUARY focused on two questions: whether the “warring parties” would comply with the timetable and other provisions of the Dayton agreement, and how “robustly” the Implementation Force (IFOR) would interpret its mandate. The purely military provisions of the treaty seemed to be one of the least […]

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