May 26, 2011

Bosnia: A Crisis Diverted?

Chatham House, Chatham House

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While the ghosts of the 1992-95 Bosnian war have been invoked by political elites in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) countries as a justification for the need to provide humanitarian intervention in Libya, the political situation in Bosnia barely merited mention. Indeed, while the focus has been fixed on the events in the Middle East and North Africa, Bosnia's problems have incrementally but steadily worsened.

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TAGGED: Bosnia, Libya, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, North Africa, Middle East

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