With general elections - perhaps the climax, of the Dayton peace process - a thing of the past and the end of the year fast approaching, Jan Urban and Yvonne Badal took the opportunity to discuss Bosnia-Herzegovina's development toward the goals outlined in Dayton with OSCE representative Robert Frowick and Bosnian opposition leader Harts Silajdzic. The conversations, held separately in Sarajevo in late September, touched on topics ranging from the West's image of Bosnia to the international community's reluctance to arrest indicted war criminals.

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