Five years after Dayton, is Bosnia and Herzegovina simply a protectorate waiting to collapse when international commitment wanes, or is it, slowly, becoming a viable country? The year 2000 brought supporting evidence for both arguments, but proof for neither by Gordon N. Bardos In December 2000, the peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina marked the fifth […]

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