The Dayton peace accord did not provide an executive authority to make policy decisions, resolve differences, or define a real strategy for peace. The intervening powers have little to work with to resolve their conflicts on major issues by SUSAN L. WOODWARD THE IMAGE OF THE BALKANS AS A TINDERbox of great wars focuses wrongly […]

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