8 January 1999 1998 marked Bosnia-Herzegovina’s third full year of peace. Nevertheless, by year’s end it was clear that the effort to create a viable state and a self-sustaining peace process was destined to be much more of a long-term effort than most observers had believed. Although, widely publicized as the “Year of Returns,” only […]

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