July 11, 2014

Don't Forget About Bosnia

Sofia Sebastian, Global Public Square

The Associated Press

The ongoing instability in the Middle East is understandably drawing much of the United States’ and Europe’s attention. But almost 20 years after the signing of the Dayton Peace Accords that ended the Bosnian War, political divisions between the three major ethnic groups continue to threaten the viability of the state. And for Bosnia, just as for the Middle East, the near-term stakes could not be higher.

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TAGGED: Bosnia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Yugoslavia, Serbia, Croatia, Dayton Accords

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