30 January 1995 THE AGREEMENTS, SIGNED IN TWO STAGES in March in Washington, constituted a package that fell into two groups: one establishing a confederation between Bosnia and Croatia; and one setting up a Croat-Muslim federal state within Bosnia-Herzegovina itself. One of the agreements between the Republics of Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina spelled out various fields […]

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