The quarter century-old Dayton mantra should not dictate Bosnia’s future.
The Agreement did not stop a war. It skewed a peace. By David B. Kanin In the winter of 1994-5 Ratko Mladic made a... Read More
Bosnia-Herzegovina – 20 years later, a new political class emerges
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s new political class seems to accept that a unified country remains more of an ideal than a reality, yet are far from... Read More
Ante Gotovina and the politics of international justice
In light of the ICTY’s verdict finding two Croatian military leaders, Ante Gotovina and Mladen Markac, guilty of war crimes, all the evidence points to Operation Storm being sanctioned in the fullest degree by the international community.
The future of Dayton’s Bosnia – justice must meet peace
Bosnia and Herzegovina must amend its constitution in order to comply with the ruling of European Court of Human Rights, which aims to ensure equal treatment for all.
Dayton Bosnia may be over – but what next?
Rather than advocating one solution to Bosnia and Herzegovina’s ongoing crisis, the EU should offer a range, or menu, of reform options – all leading to EU membership.
Bosnia and Herzegovina – ethnic disarmament
With Bosnia’s leaders unimpressed by the EU’s remote carrots, a New Deal is required; one that offers fast-track EU membership in return for a new... Read More