The Balkans, 10 Years After the Dayton Accords

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Ten years ago, an agreement signed in a hotel ballroom in Dayton, Ohio, signaled the end to bloody civil war in Bosnia. Today, Muslims, Croats and Serbs still struggle to move from ceasefire to peace.


Laura Silber, covered the Balkan Wars for The Financial Times, 1990-1997; co-author, Yugoslavia: Death of a Nation

Carl Bildt, European Union co-chairman of the Dayton Peace Conference; former Prime Minsiter of Sweden; first international High Represenative in Bosnia, 1996 to 1997



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