From: Inside Story

Bosnia-Herzegovina faces a political crisis as tensions rise

The peace deal that ended the war in Bosnia 25 years ago is in danger of unravelling.

Bosnian Serb leaders have called for the withdrawal of support from state-level institutions in Republika Srpska, an entity with around 1.2 million people that makes up roughly half of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Could such a separatist push see a return of conflict in the region?

Presenter: Adrian Finighan


Hamza Karcic – Associate professor at the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Sarajevo

Bodo Weber – Senior associate, Democratization Policy Council

Aleksander Brezar – Journalist, western Balkans specialist, host of, Calling Podcast