By Ante Dotto:
17 October 2011
Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) has been without a state government for over a year—ever since the general election on October 3, 2010—and has little prospect of forming one soon. The political deadlock is described as the worst crisis since the wars of the 1990s after the break-up of the former Yugoslavia. WikiLeaks cables on Bosnia are a devastating exposure of the systemic failure of the entire official political framework, exposing the political bankruptcy of the state’s international backers, US and European imperialism.
The greatest ornithological hotspots in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the natural park Hutovo blato and Livanjsko polje (the biggest karst field in the world), were destroyed by fires in early October: here.