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Expected opposition from Bosnian Serbs could further erode the country’s fragile political balance.
Atif Dudakovic and 16 other former soldiers stand accused of killing elderly civilians, destroying Orthodox churches during the 1992-95 conflict.
Promising to serve only Serb interests, the hardliner could further undermine the country’s fragile multi-ethnic system.
Economic woes and corruption are dominating the discourse as the country gears to hold national and regional elections.
Steve Bannon extends his list of European friends beyond Orban and Le Pen, and into the Balkans.
Hard feelings are rising as potential asylum seekers pile up on the Bosnia-Croatia border.
Long-running spat erupts again as initial work begins.
Bosnia’s Serb entity could find itself on the verge of rejecting Serb responsibility for the 1995 massacre at Srebrenica.
Pro-Russian Milorad Dodik said that presence of British soldiers to monitor Bosnian elections ‘borders on intrusion.’
The turmoil of the 1990s has left a lasting mark on the region in the form of high levels of gun ownership.