15 November 1997When former Spanish Foreign Minister Carlos Westendorp was proposed as the international community’s high representative to Bosnia-Herzegovina, the Italian government objected, saying the job should go to someone “with considerable knowledge of Bosnian affairs.” After being named to the post in June, he was criticized by U.S. officials, who said he spent too […]

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