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Bosnia and Herzegovina: Issues for U.S. Policy in 2005
Steven Woehrel (au)
The 1995 Dayton Peace Accords, brokered primarily by the U.S., ended the war in Bosnia, which had cost hundreds of thousands of lives and created over 2 million refugees and displaced persons. The Dayton Peace Accords also set up Bosniańˇ╗s current political structure of two semi-autonomous, ethnically-based ńˇýentitiesńˇŁ and a relatively weak central government. It resulted in the deployment of a NATO-led peacekeeping force charged with providing a secure environment for the implementation of the peace agreement. In Dec. 2004, a European Union (EU) force took over peacekeeping duties from NATO. A U.N.-appointed High Representative, created by the Dayton Accords, oversaw the civilian implementation efforts. Contents of this 2005 report: Introduction; Successes and Remaining Challenges; Prospects for Stability and Self-Sustaining Reforms; U.S. Policy Issues: SFOR and Partnership for Peace; War Crimes and Cooperation with the ICTY; Terrorism; U.S. Aid. Map. This is a print on demand report.
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