by Michael Mihalka Diplomatic efforts to end the Bosnian war began shortly after fighting broke out in 1992. The United States has brokered the most significant of the agreements aimed at securing peace in the Balkans, three of which are described below THE WASHINGTON AGREEMENT The latter half of 1993 saw particularly bitter fighting between […]

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