Daniel Berman, who occasionally writes for the Atlantic Sentinel, poses an interesting question at his blog, The Restless Realist: Why not break up Bosnia?
The current situation seems untenable. Bosnia is divided in two: an autonomous Republika Srpska for the (mostly Orthodox Christian) ethnic Serbs and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina for the (Muslim) Bosniaks and (Catholic) Bosnian Croats.
A precarious power-sharing agreement that has kept the peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina for two decades is threatening to break down as the large Serb minority seeks further autonomy from the Muslim Bosniaks and Catholic Croats who make up the majority of the country. Read more “Ethnic Serbs Undermine Bosnia Power Sharing”