Bosnia in flux

Nebojsa Radmanovic, the Serbian member of Bosnia’s tripartite state presidency, sits down for a wide-ranging interview covering relations with Israel and the future of the Balkans.

Photo by: REUTERS
Over the past few weeks, Bosnia has been swept by civil unrest as anti-government protests have brought thousands of people into the streets in dozens of cities.

Amid high unemployment and a stagnant economy, a growing number of voices are beginning to question the complex government structure that runs the country.

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