Implementation of the Dayton peace accord, or lack thereof, has shown that the road to Balkan peace continues to be long and rocky by PATRICK MOORE THE DAYTON PEACE ACCORD WAS SIGNED on 14 December 1995 in Paris, the result of months of diplomatic activity by Washington’s chief envoy to the former Yugoslavia, Assistant Secretary […]

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