Bosnien und Herzegowina
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(OSCE Long-Term Missions)
Office of the High Representative (Sonstige)
EU Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina (EU)
Bosnia and Montenegro to sign border deal (21.08.2014)
Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro are due to sign a border demarcation agreement, becoming the first two countries in the former Yugoslavia to resolve the issue in full.
Dutch state liable over 300 Srebrenica deaths (16.07.2014)
The Hague district court said that the Dutch peacekeeping forces, Dutchbat, did not do enough to protect more than 300 of the Bosniaks and should have been aware of the potential for genocide to be committed.
Bosnia’s future – new ICG report (10.07.2014)
In its latest report, Bosnia’s Future, the International Crisis Group examines factors pushing the country toward disintegration and outlines alternative scenarios based on democratic reform from within.
After the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina (1992-95), police reform became a top priority within the country. So what’s happened over the years?
OSCE establishes Youth Advisory Group (04.07.2014)
The Youth Advisory Group will provide input into the implementation of the Mission’s current programmes, with the aim of the strengthening its youth perspective.
Yesterday, on 2 July 2014, the Office of the High Representative (OHR) sent to the Parliamentary Assembly of BiH a draft suggestion for amendments which would allow holding elections in Mostar this year.
Bosnia prepares for polls in pessimistic mood (01.07.2014)
Political parties are already preparing their campaigns for the general and presidential elections in October, but analysts say they don’t expect the polls to deliver positive changes.