Movie Time 25 minutes 45 seconds
Bosnia and Herzegovina’s ambassador to the United States discusses the latest political crisis in the country.
The worst war in Europe since World War II broke out in Croatia in 1991 and spread to Bosnia and Herzegovina by 1992.
Bloodshed ended in 1995, after the Dayton Accords were signed. Part of the agreement was the establishment of the Office of the Chief Representative. Another consequence of the agreements: a more complex government system.
The country is headed by a three-member president, each representing major powers. But how effective is this nation?
Bosnia and Herzegovina High Commissioner Christian Schmidt speaks with Al Jazeera.