A portent for the success of the new Europe as a stable, multiethnic entity will come with the survival or demise of Bosnia-Herzegovina, argues Dragan Veselinov. The breakup of the former Yugoslavia and the dubious peace in Bosnia have dimmed hopes not only for multiethnic unity in that region but throughout Europe, both East and […]

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