by Patrick Moore ON 14 JUNE, EXACTLY SIX MONTHS HAD elapsed since the signing of the Dayton peace agreement in Paris. The treaty was intended not only to end the fighting in Bosnia-Herzegovina and deter the three sides from resuming hostilities but also to lay down a new constitutional order for that embattled republic. The […]

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