February 19, 2014

Godot Arrives in Sarajevo

Srecko Horvat, New York Times

The Associated Press

Aside from these small but important victories, the people’s assemblies have succeeded in what the international community and the awkward, tripartite government it imposed failed to do over the last 20 years — namely, overcoming the rifts among the country’s Croats, Serbs and Bosnians that have haunted it since the end of the war.

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