The End of the Balkan Interlude?

Home Vital Signs The End of the Balkan Interlude?

Unlike the 1990’s, when the turmoil from the breakup of Yugoslavia dominated the security agenda of the United States and her NATO allies, subsequent years have been relatively quiet.  The civil war in Bosnia has not flared up since the conclusion of the Dayton Accords in late 1995 . . .

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