7 October 2002 Nationalists come first in Bosnia’s general elections, but a closer look discloses a more diverse political scene. There are but a few unambiguous messages from the weekend’s general elections in Bosnia, the first postwar elections organized by Bosnia’s own authorities. First is that the 10 percent drop in turnout to a worrying […]

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