From Dayton to Europe

  title={From Dayton to Europe},
  author={David Chandler},
  journal={International Peacekeeping},
  pages={336 - 349}
  • D. Chandler
  • Published 1 October 2005
  • Political Science
  • International Peacekeeping
Many commentators suggest that the transition to Bosnian ownership has been held back by the Dayton framework, which created a weak central state and a country divided into two separate entities, the Republika Srpska (RS) and the Muslim-Croat Bosnian Federation (FBiH), with ten cantonal governments, as well as an autonomous region, Brčko. Ten years on, the idea that the post-war transition has been frustrated by a surfeit of Bosnian governing institutions, protected by their Dayton status… 

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