A Quarter of a Century Since Dayton: Will Bosnia Remain a Frozen Conflict?

There is a small hamlet not too far from Sarajevo called Pale. Among the citizens of Sarajevo – particularly its Bosniak Muslims – the very word evokes eerie memories. It was, after all, the headquarters of some of the most notorious and vicious Serb war criminals during the genocide between 1992 and 1995. Radovan Karadžić, political leader of Bosnian Serbs and architect of the annihilation of the country’s Muslim population, was based in Pale during the 1990s. His right hand

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