While the international community negotiated an end to the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina, ethnic Albanians in Kosovo fruitlessly sought international help in bringing Serbia into talks on the region’s independence. If, despite the Dayton agreement, the world is willing to accept a de facto divided Bosnia, the lesson for Kosovars may be that warmongers are rewarded […]

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