The Bosnian peace process (1993-1995)
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This study aims to give a broad outline of events during the Bosnian peace process. It subjects former Yugoslavia in its all aspects to a close examination. It unequivocally demonstrates how Serbian ambitions brought about the tragic break-up of the country. It presents a comprehensive analysis of the peace initiatives led by the EC/EU and how and why the US was reluctantly drawn into the conflict after the Europeans had shown their inability to solve it. It analyzes differences of opinions between the USA and EU in the approach to the conflict. The study also sheds light on the origins of the Dayton Accords and their implementation phase. It emphasizes the importance of the presence of US force to sustain peace in the region. Additionally, it points out that peace is only viable provided that the region gets sufficient financial aid from the world community.