New separatist movement rising in one of Europe’s most troublesome spots: The Balkans

Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik wants to pull his faction out of Bosnia-Herzegovina, and he has one powerful friend on his side: Russia. The Tripartite agreement reached in 1995 has kept the region together, ending Europe’s deadliest conflict since the end of World War II. But now Dodik — whose stance led the U.S. to impose […]
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