20 Years After Dayton Peace Deal, Bosnians Are An Upset, Divided Nation

MAKLJENOVAC, Bosnia-Herzegovina — Marko and Kata Pranjic returned to their village in Bosnia-Herzegovina two decades ago, hoping to put the horrors of war behind them after a Western-brokered peace deal ended the conflict that tore their country apart.

But 20 years after the Dayton Accords were hammered out on an air base in the U.S. state of Ohio, the war’s shadow hangs stubbornly over Makljenovac.

  • Minicapt

    Thank you Richard Holbrooke, and the US State Department.