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Bosnia and Herzegovina's sixth High Representative tells Justice Report that the main challenges facing the country including police reform, constitutional changes and efforts to confront the past can all be solved through dialogue and joint work by local and international actors.
Bosnian Serb leaders face difficult choices – and mounting criticism – over plans on how to spend revenue from privatization of telecoms utility.
Western diplomats, Bosniak leaders pile pressure on Bosnian Serbs to soften line over changes to police and constitution.
As Sarajevo moves towards reneging on its free trade commitments, the EU joins critics who warn this backsliding may damage Bosnia’s economy.
A planned biofuel plant will boost Brcko’s economy and bring greener fuel to Europe - but not yet to most of Bosnia’s own motorists.
While the politicians profess confidence in the UN Security Council, ordinary Kosovars have more faith in American power.
By Krenar Gashi in Pristina and Podujevo
Montenegro’s leaders may have forgotten their craven support for Serbia’s wars in Croatia and Bosnia but some filmmakers won’t let them off the hook.