Bosnia and Herzegovina

Illicit Crime Cash ‘Flowing’ Through Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro – Report

Millions of euros generated from corruption, tax evasion and organized crime are moving through Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia every year, a new report by the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime, GI-TOC, published on Wednesday, says.

Dodik threatens Germans: "We will retaliate"

Speaking about the property, Dodik said in an interview with Belgrade's "Politika" that the Bosnia-Herzegovina's Constitutional Court has no right to determine ownership because it was resolved by the Dayton Agreement.
He announced that laws will be passed that will confirm that Republika Srpska is the owner of property on its territory.

Six Balkan Foreign Ministers will Discuss the Situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina in London

The foreign ministers of six Western Balkan countries will meet in London today to discuss the situation in Bosnia and Herzegovina. This is stated in a statement by British Foreign Secretary Elizabeth Truss, who will chair the event.

United States prepares a diplomatic offensive in Bosnia-Herzegovina

In an interview with the Guardian, Derek Cholet, a senior adviser to U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, said the United States was determined to regain Bosnia and Herzegovina from being "on the edge" amid "secessionist threats by Serbian nationalists and that sanctions were among the options which they are considering".

Bosnia Cannot Squander UK’s Growing Interest in Its Fate

In that sense, Bosnia's sovereignty can only be truly championed by its own citizens. Still, it is striking that for a country which at one time was the poster child of the triumphs of international liberalism, the cause of liberal democracy in Bosnia effectively falls on deaf ears in most Western capitals.

Bosnia War Crime Victims ‘Further Victimised’ by Courts Recovering Costs

An NGO that fights impunity for international crimes and supports their victims says that over the past decade, war crimes victims in Bosnia that have had law proceedings against those they consider responsible for their suffering rejected, have ended up paying huge bills and feeling even more stigmatised.

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