How one of Bosnia’s presidents may tear the country apart

Bosnian Serb leader Milorad Dodik is taking steps that international leaders warn are “tantamount to secession” and there are fears his threats could dismantle the delicate agreement holding the country together. The war in Bosnia from 1992-1995 was the bloodiest one in Europe since World War II, and for many Bosnians, the trauma still lingers.

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