The Dayton Peace Agreement (DPA) to end the bloody war in Bosnia and Herzegovina was formally signed in Paris on December 14, 1995. Part of the DPA was the constitution, which continues to this day and the results of the war and the separation of citizens* on an ethnopolitical basis. All efforts for a reak reform have so far been unsuccessful.
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Introduction and Reccomendations
The outcome of DPA 25 years later: A dysfunctional state and uncertain peace
A change of approach – starting in the region
Time for (pro)active role of the international community