Western democracies are again turning their backs on upholding democracy in the regions to their east, just as they did in the 1930s when they had to confront the rise of fascism, charges Jan Urban. The Dayton peace accords were not designed to bring peace to Bosnia-Herzegovina but merely to appease the conscience of the […]

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