Articles by Paddy Ashdown



Another Balkan Sleepwalk

Almost exactly 13 years ago, U.S. leadership brought an end to Bosnia's 3 1/2-year war through the Dayton Peace Agreement.

Helping Russia Return To Its Reform Agenda

Only a handful of countries have supported Russia's military campaign in Georgia and its recognition of South Ossetian and Abkhaz independence. The country's global isolation has been a severe blow to its reputation.

Bosnia Needs Closure on Srebrenica

Sunday marked the ninth anniversary of the Srebrenica massacre.

Court in the Crossfire

Since taking over the job of leading the peace process in Bosnia and Herzegovina a month ago, I've been struck by two things: How much has been achieved since the war and how much work remains. That work could soon become a lot more difficult.