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Social Media: Europe: Southern Europe: Bosnia & Herzegovina

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Outsourcing Jihadists and Putin’s Foreign Policy
Outsourcing Jihadists and Putin’s Foreign Policy

Essay analyzes Russian terrorism policy in the Middle East and Caucasus. By Prof. Dmitry V. Shlapentokh. (07/01/2015)

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Macedonia: Challenges ahead
Author discusses issues facing the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. By Zhidas Daskalovski. (IA-Forum, 10/01/2009) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Mr. Branko Crvenkovski, President of the Republic of Macedonia
IA-Forum Interview: Mr. Branko Crvenkovski, President of the Republic of Macedonia
IA Forum discusses issues in Macedonia and the Balkans with Mr. Branko Crvenkovski, the President of the Republic of Macedonia. By Violeta Dzoleva. (12/11/2008) Read More...


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Afghanistan could dull NATO's party mood
NATO is prepping for its annual summit and celebrating the re-entry of France and possible membership bids of western Balkan states, but must acknowledge its difficulties in producing peace in Afghani... Read More...


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Balkan Gains in Peril
The Bush administration has two incompatible goals: disengagement from the Balkans and the obligation to manage the political and security changes facing southeastern Europe in the near future. By Gor... Read More...


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Why Insist on the Surrender of Ratko Miladic?
The author questions whether the arrest of Ratko Miladic, the Serbian general responsible for ethnic cleansing in Sarajevo and Srebrenica in the 1990's, is a fair price for Serbia's entry into the Eur... Read More...


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Dayton, 10 Years After
The author writes on the tenth anniversary of the Dayton Accords that ended the Bosnian War that the EU and the US should embrace reforms needed to move Bosnia from international protectorate to indep... Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: His Excellency Kiro Gligorov, the former President of the Republic of Macedonia
IA-Forum Interview: His Excellency Kiro Gligorov, the former President of the Republic of Macedonia
His Excellency Kiro Gligorov, the former President of the Republic of Macedonia, discusses the Balkan conflict and his experiences. 12/20/2004. By Violeta Dzoleva and Jasen Zubcevik with special tha... Read More...


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Ethnic Rivalries Still Bitter in Balkans
Kosovo, Bosnia sharply divided; Macedonians fear vote may spark violence. By Daniel Williams. (Washington Post, 11/6/2004) Read More...


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Srebrenica victims found in Bosnia mass grave
Forensic experts say they have found the remains of dozens of Muslims massacred at Srebrenica during Bosnia's ethnic war in a mass grave near the eastern town. (ABC News, 09/11/2004) Read More...


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What Next in the Western Balkans
Speech given by Borut Grgic, FP advisor to the Government of Slovenia to the Atlantic Council of the United States. (7/21/2004) Read More...


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Snatching Defeat in The Balkans
Critical of West policies related to Kosovo and Serbia. By Morton Abramowitz. (Washington Post, 1/7/2004) Read More...


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Civil War by Other Means
The debates over Kosovo blurred the old divisions between liberals and conservatives, but they did not rise above an even older split in American politics and foreign policy: the enduring divide betwe... Read More...


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Lift the Arms Embargo on Bosnia
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Clinton Fails to Make the Case For American Troops in Bosnia
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Questioning the Bosnia Peace Plan
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Rethinking the Bosnia Bargain
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Avoiding Another Balkan Quagmire in Kosovo
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Ground Troop Scenarios for Yugoslavia: What Would They Take?
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Can the EU Hack the Balkans?: A Proving Ground for Brussels
Once again, history is being written in the Balkans. This perennial hotspot is becoming a testing ground for Brussels--and for a new transatlantic relationship. By Morton Abramowitz and Heather Hurlbu... Read More...


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A Second Chance in the Balkans
Recent political transitions in Belgrade and Zagreb have created a historic chance to make lasting peace in the Balkans. The EU must actively facilitate the latter, or the Balkans could suffer anothe... Read More...


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A European 'New Deal' for the Balkans
Peace in the Balkans depends on economic stability and prosperity for all. To overcome the legacies of failed economic reforms and ethnic strife, southeastern Europe needs nothing short of a European ... Read More...


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Dayton's Incomplete Peace
The world should safeguard Dayton's biggest success -- ending Europe's bloodiest war since World War II -- but hand Bosnia's political and economic future back to Bosnians. By Ivo H. Daalder and Mich... Read More...


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A Perfect Failure: NATO's War Against Yugoslavia
Kosovo's consequences were just the opposite of what NATO intended: suffering Kosovar civilians, regional instability, and a fuming Russia and China. By Michael Mandelbaum. (Foreign Affairs, 9/1/1999... Read More...


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The Balkans' Lethal Nationalisms
Kosovo has reinforced the Balkans' image as a cauldron of ethnic hatred. To a historian, today's Balkan crises are rooted in, above all, a crippling dependence on the ideology of expansionist nationa... Read More...


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Decision to Intervene: How the War in Bosnia Ended
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The Triage of Dayton
The Dayton Accord that ended Bosnia's war has been oversold. It is the product not of Wilsonian idealism but of a reluctant realpolitik. The violence in Kosovo today is a reminder of the costs of appe... Read More...


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BBC In Depth: Yugoslavia After the Revolution
News and analysis of Yugoslavia's post-war situation. (5/20/2003) Read More...


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