Articles by Richard Holbrooke



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.

Building a Strong Georgia

Given the tremendous damage that Russia has inflicted on Georgia, it is easy to conclude that the Kremlin has achieved its objectives. But, so far, the Kremlin has failed in its real goal -- getting rid of pro-U.S. Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili.

The West Needs to Back David Against Goliath

While the United States is otherwise preoccupied, Georgia has become the stage for a blatant effort at regime change, Russian-style.

Was Bosnia Worth It?

If you wonder whether the 1995 American intervention in Bosnia was the right decision, go to a really horrible place, one whose name has become synonymous with genocide and Western failure. Go to Srebrenica.

Dealing With Migrant Millions