Nadja Skaljic

Nadja Skaljic is a student of international law and comparative politics at The Fletcher School. A lawyer from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Nadja previously worked for the Prosecutor's Office at the UN War Crimes Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia on the case against Radovan Karadzic.

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Bosnia 21 years later: Broken Promises in “The Land of Blood and Honey”

March 1, 2013 by Nadja Skaljic
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The controversy over Bosnia’s twenty-first Independence Day is a reminder that ‘the job’ in this war-torn country remains unfinished. Renewed U.S. diplomatic assistance is needed if Bosnia is to make significant progress on its way towards Euro-Atlantic integration.

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