by Patrick Moore THE SECOND HALF OF MAY IN BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA was dominated by a single story: the fate of the Bosnian Serb civilian leader and indicted war criminal Radovan Karadzic. The Dayton agreement, upon which the current constitutional order in that embattled republic rests, is quite explicit about persons accused of such atrocities and crimes […]

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