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Title: Dayton Peace Accord 23 Years On: Ensured Peace and Stability in Former Yugoslavia
Authors: Fernando, Srimal
Keywords: Peace and Stability-Yugoslavia
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO)
Issue Date: 10-Oct-2018
Publisher: Modern Diplomacy
Citation: Fernando, Srimal. (October 10, 2018). Dayton Peace Accord 23 Years On: Ensured Peace and Stability in Former Yugoslavia. Modern Diplomacy.
Description: For the past twenty-three years life has been comparatively peaceful in the breakaway republics of the former Yugoslavia. The complicated civil war that began in Yugoslavia in 1991 had numerous causes and began to break up along the ethnic lines. The touching stories and the aftermath effects of the breakaway republics of Bosnia- Herzegovina, Croatia and in Kosovo are still unfolding.
URI: https://moderndiplomacy.eu/2018/10/10/dayton-peace-accord-23-years-on-ensured-peace-and-stability-in-former-yugoslavia/
http://hdl.handle.net/10739/1932
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