Concerns about the region becoming increasingly unstable and fractured are real and legitimate.
Contrary to expectations, President Zoran Milanovic has maintained Zagreb’s policy of interfering in Sarajevo’s internal affairs.
Christian Schmidt, the top international envoy to Bosnia suspends law that would have enabled the country's Serbs to take over the state-owned property on their territory and further weaken the central government.
The ongoing fighting in Ukraine is making Bosnians and other Balkan nations feel the heat, as both world wars originated in Eastern Europe, where there has always been a hegemonic struggle between Russia and the Western bloc.
EU's foreign policy chief Borrell appealed to the responsibility of the political leaders in Bosnia and Herzegovina "to prevent the country from breaking up".
Washington will continue to impose sanctions on individuals who engage in corruption and “sow divisions” in the Balkan nation, Samantha Power, the administrator of the USAID said.
Glorification of war crimes, convicted war criminals triggering anxiety, tensions in communities, says UN rights office.
Bosnian Serbs have celebrated an outlawed holiday with a parade marching in lockstep and singing a nationalist song.
The sanctions show the growing worry in the West that Bosnia's complicated peace accord risks unraveling due to Milorad Dodik's actions.
The offer comes after Serb lawmakers in a non-binding motion voted to start pulling the autonomous Serb Republic out of Bosnia’s armed forces, tax system, and judiciary.
The European Union’s most senior representative to the Balkans is accused of standing by while one of Bosnia’s most powerful Serb leaders threatens to break up the country.
Viktor Orban, a leader notorious for racist tirades, described the Muslim presence in the European Union as a problem.
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