Bosnia and Herzegovina

NATO in Combat, Twenty Years On

Exactly two decades ago, the Atlantic alliance began its first combat operation. It's had many since—but will it keep going?

Troubled Tribunal Fails Again

The international court for Yugoslavia acquits a pair of obvious criminals.

Syrian Peace and the Bosnia Precedent

Could the Dayton agreement be a model for ending the Syrian civil war?

Nation Building Fails in the Balkans

Despite decades of Western intervention, the former Yugoslavia seems to stay the same.

Forgotten Failure in Bosnia

Despite a once celebrated NATO intervention in the Balkans, the region is still a mess.

Syria and the Bosnia Fallacy

What Bosnia and Iraq teach us about the possibility of creating a Syrian Union.

New President, Old Problems

Unresolved tensions in Serbia threaten the Balkans' fragile stability.

The Era of Nation Cultivation

The concept of nation building has brought nothing but trouble. It's time for a paradigm shift.

The Three Amigos and the Misuse of History

The misguided bellicosity of senators Graham, Lieberman and McCain.

Does Libya Represent a New Wilsonism?

Three leading thinkers respond to the bold thesis of Nikolas K. Gvosdev and Ray Takeyh.

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April 20, 2014