The increasing role of the international community shaped the events of 1999 by Gordon Bardos In 1999, Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) enjoyed its fourth full year of peace since the signing of the Dayton Peace Accords (hereafter, the DPA) in December 1995 ended the country’s 43-month-long civil war. The DPA created a very complex, and […]

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