In Bosnia, High Representative Still Needed

SARAJEVO, Bosnia and Herzegovina — The newly appointed High Representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina takes office as the country’s finances are on the verge of meltdown, making the need for an arbiter to break the stalemate of the country’s dysfuntional political system more urgent than ever. The 59-year-old Austrian diplomat, Valentin Inzko, is the seventh high representative since the Dayton Peace Agreement created the position 14 years ago. Unlike each of his three immediate predecessors, Inzko was not expected to be the last to exercise the office when he was introduced last Thursday. The acceptance of the continued need for […]

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