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Background. Bosnia and Herzegovina declared sovereignty in October 1991 and independence from the former Yugoslavia on 3 March 1992 after a referendum ...


Bosnia and Herzegovina Decision to Intervene: How the War in Bosnia Ended The Bosnian Serb objective was clear: to conclude the war before the onset of the next winter. The strategy was simple, even if its execution was brazen. First, ... Bosnia and Herzegovina | Facts, Geography, History, & MapsAudio File: national anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina head of government: Prime Minister: Borjana Krišto (Chair of the Council of Ministers) population: (2023 est. ) 3, 428, 000 head of state: nominally a tripartite presidency with a chair that rotates every eight months; Chair: Željko Komšić form of government: emerging republic with two legislative houses (House of Peoples [151]; House of Representatives [42]) Bosnia and Herzegovina, country situated in the western Balkan Peninsula of Europe. The larger region of Bosnia occupies the northern and central parts of the country, and Herzegovina occupies the south and southwest. These historical regions do not correspond with the two autonomous political entities that were established by the internationally brokered Dayton Accords of 1995: the Republika Srpska (Bosnian Serb Republic), located in the north and east, and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, occupying the western and central areas. The capital of the country is Sarajevo; important regional cities include Mostar and Banja Luka. The land has often felt the influences of stronger regional powers that have vied for control over it, and these influences have helped to create Bosnia and Herzegovina’s characteristically rich ethnic and religious mix. Islam, Orthodox Christianity, and Roman Catholicism are all present, with the three faiths generally corresponding to three major ethnic groups: Bosniaks, Serbs, and Croats, respectively. Bosnia and Herzegovina | Facts, Geography, History, & 3 days ago — Bosnia and Herzegovina is a country in the western Balkan Peninsula of Europe. Bosnia, the larger region, occupies the country's northern ... NATO's Stoltenberg concerned by secessionist rhetoric in 16 hours ago — Bosnia emerged from a 1992-1995 war with a federal structure uniting a Serb-dominated republic with a federation of Croats and Bosniak Muslims. Following the disintegration of that state in 1991, the majority of the population of Bosnia and Herzegovina voted for independence in a 1992 referendum. Much of the country’s Serb population, however, opposed independence and boycotted the referendum. War soon consumed the region, as ethnic nationalists within Bosnia and Herzegovina, with the support of Serbia and Croatia in some cases, tried to take control of territories they claimed as their own. Horrific ethnic cleansing campaigns between 1992 and the end of 1995 killed thousands and violently displaced more than two million people in much of Bosnia and Herzegovina. International intervention into the Bosnian conflict led finally to a peace agreement, the Dayton Accords, in late 1995. The Dayton agreement ended the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but it also established the country as a fragile, highly decentralized, and ethnically divided state in which an international civilian representative remains authorized to impose legislation and to remove domestic officials in order to protect the peace. Get a Britannica Premium subscription and gain access to exclusive content. Subscribe Now Geologic fault lines are widespread in the mountainous areas. In 1969 an earthquake destroyed 70 percent of the buildings in Banja Luka. Drainage The principal rivers are the Sava, a tributary of the Danube that forms the northern boundary with Croatia; the Bosna, Vrbas, and Una, which flow north and empty into the Sava; the Drina, which flows north, forms part of the eastern boundary with Serbia, and is also a tributary of the Sava; and the Neretva, which flows from the southeast but assumes a sharp southwestern flow through the Karst region, continues through Croatia, and empties into the Adriatic Sea. Rivers in the Karst flow largely underground. Bosnia and Herzegovina - United States Department of State Bilateral Economic Relations. Bosnia and Herzegovina is a transitional economy that is pursuing membership in the European Union and the World Trade ... Bosnia-Herzegovina country profile Aug 22, 2023 — BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: FACTS · Capital: Sarajevo · Area: 51,129 sq km · Population: 3.4 million · Languages: Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian · Life ...


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