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Janez Kovac
10 Nov 05
While Carlos Westendorp was High Representative in Bosnia, Republika Srpska's prime minister Milorad Dodik led a protected existence and could do no wrong. No longer.
Janez Kovac
10 Nov 05
Attacks on returnees, corruption scandals and political manoeuvering... Bosnia's elections are months away, but the campaigning seems to have started already.
Janez Kovac
10 Nov 05
The arrest of a leading Islamic terrorist in possession of a Bosnian passport is creating further woes for Alija Izetbegovic, the Muslim member of Bosnia's joint presidency.
Janez Kovac
10 Nov 05
In response to reports of rampant corruption in Bosnia, a latter day Elliot Ness, backed by a team of 'Untouchables' from the United States, is back on the case.
Janez Kovac
10 Nov 05
Sarajevo's independent media keep on uncovering more sleaze in the ruling Bosnian Muslim party, adding to the worries of its aging leader.
Janez Kovac
10 Nov 05
Fearing war crimes charges, Momcilo Krajisnik of the hard-line Bosnian Serb SDS is reportedly in hiding. Meanwhile, leaders of the Bosnian Serb Radical Party have been banned from next year's elections.
Janez Kovac
10 Nov 05
With 12 arrests in just one day for fraud and tax evasion Bosnia may give the impression that it is tackling the corruption that blights its development, but sceptics say the small fry arrested so far are just are sacrifices to placate the international c
Janez Kovac
10 Nov 05
A new political party has been founded in Banja Luka and its name does not begin with the prefix "Serb", nor does it contain the words "Republika Srpska".
Janez Kovac
10 Nov 05
The depth of animosity in Kosovo goes far beyond that in Bosnia making the task of reconstruction and ethnic reconciliation much more difficult.
Janez Kovac
10 Nov 05
Bosnia's draft election law has exposed some of the flaws in the Dayton Agreement and generated calls to change the peace accord from groups which have to date been its strongest supporters.

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