Syrian Hell Why We Must Not Forget the Lessons from Bosnia

Opponents of an intervention in Syria like to point to the sobering experiences of Afghanistan and Iraq. But the Bosnian wars of the 1990s provide a more accurate model. As long as Assad feels he has the upper hand, he's not going to negotiate earnestly.
Von Wolfgang Ischinger
Has the world learned the lessons from the Balkans?

Has the world learned the lessons from the Balkans?

Foto: Ammar al-Arbini/ AFP
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