"The Dayton Agreement at 25" with Susan Woodward

What success have the Dayton Accords had in resolving the problems created by the collapse of Yugoslavia in the mid-1990s, and what has the international community learned about intervention and peace agreements in the meantime?

Susan Woodward, Professor of Political Science at The Graduate Center, CUNY,  discusses the outcomes of the Balkan peace process 25 years later and the risks of outside powers dictating peace on their terms. In conversation with Graduate Center Professor John Torpey, Director of the Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies, on the podcast, International Horizons.

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International Horizons - Ralph Bunche Institute · The Dayton Agreement at 25

Submitted on: DEC 14, 2020

Category: International Horizons | Political Science | Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies