Europe’s dangerously unfinished mission in the Western Balkans
November 2015 marks two decades since the Dayton Peace Accords set the Western Balkans states on their long and tortuous path to eventual peace. Wars in the region erupted regularly between 1991 and 2001 as part of the post-Cold War disintegration of the former Yugoslav federation. The brutal ethnic clashes were difficult to quell. It took scores of peacekeeping forces, several internationally mediated agreements and rounds of Nato bombing for Europe’s worst bloodletting since the Second World War to finally stop.
The success of the European Union and Nato proved limited though. The root causes of the Balkan wars remain. The conflicts were choked off rather than resolved. No peace-bui...
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