A Biden administration must prioritize re-engagement with our allies in order to preserve democratic values.

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December 14th marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of the signing of the Dayton Peace Agreement, which marked the end of the Bosnian War, and the dawn of another post-Yugoslavia sovereign state in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The war in Bosnia, as part of the greater breakup of Yugoslavia, was a gruesome display of the hatred humanity can show towards one another over nearly four years. The violence in areas like Prijedor, the Drina Valley, and Srebrenica approached the ferocity of World War II and shattered any idea of a peaceful end to the Cold War. The human cost was unthinkable: over 100,000…

Alex Bliss

International politics nerd. Lover of traveling, food, wine, and the outdoors.

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