A key meeting is being held in the Balkans as the EU and US seek to resolve regional tension, partly stoked by pro-Russian forces.
While Americans tend not to use the word “peace,” and instead opt for terms like “safety and security,” their desires and fears are not so different from what people in war-torn places express.
An expert on rape during war examines the emerging evidence from Ukraine that Russian soldiers raped Ukrainian women and explains the role rape plays in conflicts.
In 2005 the world decided it must take action to protect civilians from being targeted in war. In Ukraine frightened civilians are still waiting.
The Dayton accords in 1995 ended years of ethnic warfare in Bosnia, but more than 25 years later, the peace is holding but little else is. Serbian President Milorad Dodik wants out.
Recent threats by the Bosnian Serb leadership of dismantling the shared state institutions endanger the stability and security of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The pandemic has added to an already desperate situation.
The massacre of 8,000 Muslim Bosniaks in a few days in 1995 must never be forgotten.
The foreign secretary will host a summit in London this summer on helping Balkan states join the EU.
America finds itself in uncharted territory under Donald Trump – not least when it comes to climate change and Israel policy.
Former commander of the Bosnian Serb army Ratko Mladic has been found guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Survivors of the atrocities have today welcomed the long-awaited news.
Bosnian Serb general found guilty of genocide.
Forensic science of the dead helps to convict the living responsible.
Everyone has forgotten there were almost as many asylum seekers in Europe in the early 1990s as today.
How long does it take to make peace? Decades after the end of the Bosnian war, just one in six residents felt that country had reached reconciliation.
A spate of low-level terrorist incidents has the authorities arguing, instead of tackling the problem.
The Bastille Day attack in Nice – committed by an individual unknown to French security services – marks the evolution of radicalisation in many ways.
Former Bosnian Serb leader guilty of one count of genocide and numerous war crimes after 18 months of deliberation.
A four year trial and several years of deliberation later, and an international tribunal is to decide on charges of genocide and crimes against humanity.
Louis Monroy Santander has been looking at how locals in the town of Sanski Most are moving on after a brutal conflict.