30 Years Later, She Returns to It. For my mother, music unlocks the past, reminding her of both the joy of her life in Sarajevo and the pain of leaving. By Aleksandra BilicTimesVideoThe ScoreFleeing war, a pianist left her dreams behind. Thirty years later, she returns to her piano. By Aleksandra BilicBosnia on the BrinkCaught up in a 21st-century stew of ethnonationalism and fake history, the country’s Serbs are now endangering its fragile peace. By Joshua HammerAs Ukraine Fights, Does the E. U.
Owe It Membership? Brussels supports Kyiv’s battle against Russia, but gaining full membership to the bloc could take years. Is there another way to bind Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia to Europe? By Steven ErlangerSeeking Arms for Ukraine, Pentagon Buyers Scour Eastern European FactoriesSoviet-designed ammunition is part of the ‘life blood’ for Ukrainian troops fighting Russia, and the United States is keeping it flowing. By John Ismay and Eric SchmittCountry of the WeekHow Much Do You Know About Bosnia and Herzegovina? Can you find Bosnia and Herzegovina on a map? What else do you know about this Southeastern European nation with three million people? Compiled by John OtisUkrainians Fill Streets With Music, Echoing Past War ZonesIn subway stations and apartment buildings, artists are playing Bach, Vivaldi and folk songs. By Javier C.
Bosnia and HerzegovinaTimesVideoUnseasonably Warm Weather Leaves Ski Slopes With Little SnowA record-breaking warm spell in several countries across Europe has forced some ski slopes to close with sparse snow coverage. By The Associated PressShe’s a Doctor. He Was a Limo Driver. They Pitched a $30 Million Arms Deal. New brokers are cashing in as the Biden administration quietly encourages private weapons sales to Ukraine. Oversight is scant in these shadows. By Justin ScheckWar Stole My Mother’s Dream.
Bosnia and HerzegovinaIt was only the intervention of the UN and NATO that put an end to hostilities. In November 1995, the warring factions agreed to accept the Dayton Peace Agreement, which was drawn up with the help of the European Union and the US. The Peace Agreement also laid down the constitution for the country. Since that time, Bosnia and Herzegovina has consisted of two autonomous parts, or entities: the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (FBiH) and the Republika Srpska (RS). The border region around the town of Brčko was accorded special status as a separate district.
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