A review of the Dayton Peace Accords four years after its signing shows that the ethnic cleansers have won: Bosnia is ethnically divided and significant portions of the treaty remain unimplemented. In the words of the December 1998 Madrid meeting of the Peace Implementation Council, ‘Bosnia and Herzegovina's structure remains fragile. Without the scaffolding of international support, it would collapse.’
Research Article| March 01 2000
Will Bosnia Survive Dayton?
James M. B. Lyon
Current History (2000) 99 (635): 110–116.
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James M. B. Lyon; Will Bosnia Survive Dayton?. Current History 1 March 2000; 99 (635): 110–116. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2000.99.635.110
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