The Role of the EU in the Reform of Dayton in Bosnia-Herzegovina

  title={The Role of the EU in the Reform of Dayton in Bosnia-Herzegovina},
  author={Sof{\'i}a Sebasti{\'a}n},
  pages={341 - 354}
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Author's interview with European official
    Other European institutions such as the European Parliament were also vocal in their support of constitutional negotiations