: :inin Kyiv (EET)

The Balkans’ unravelling peace

It was not
that long ago, well into the late 2000s in fact, that the complex network of
internationally brokered peace agreements that pacified the Western Balkans in
the wake of the 1991-2001 Yugoslav wars were held up as hallmarks of post-Cold
War diplomacy.

Bosnia and
Herzegovina’s Dayton peace accords, in particular, were regularly cited as
blueprints for Iraq, Syria, and Ukraine. The broader post-Yugoslav peace was not without
its flaws, of course, but considering how definitively the fighting … …read more

Source: Canadian International Council

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