Ghosts of War Haunt Bosnia's European Future

It’s two decades since a massacre in Srebrenica prompted NATO to intervene to stop the war in Bosnia. But the state created out of the 1995 peace deal is struggling and dysfunctional, leaving Bosnia lagging in its bid to eventually join the EU.
Some movement in recent weeks toward the Union has been quickly followed by disappointment.
In early June, Bosnia’s EU Stabilization and Association Agreement finally came into force, reviving efforts for it to join the bloc.