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Has the Dayton Accord Run Its Course?

Nov 16, 2015 | 10:34 GMT
Workers and activists face riot police during a protest in Sarajevo on July 30.
(ELVIS BARUKCIC/AFP/Getty Images)

Bosnian politicians and foreign officials agree that the Dayton Agreement has run its course, but they cannot agree on how to modify or replace it. The inability to find a replacement means Bosnia's political and ethnic divisions will persist, hampering the economy and furthering those divisions. The European Union's waning influence in Bosnia will prevent Brussels from putting the brakes on this trend....

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