Hace 3 días · Bosnia and Herzegovina received international recognition on 6 April 1992. The most common view is that the war started that day. On 6 April, Serb forces began shelling Sarajevo, and in the next two days crossed the Drina from Serbia proper and besieged Bosniak-majority Zvornik, Višegrad and Foča.
- 2 April 1992 – 29 February 1996, (3 years, 10 months, 3 weeks and 3 days)
- Stalemate, Ceasefire, Dayton Agreement
Hace 1 día · North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), military alliance established by the North Atlantic Treaty (also called the Washington Treaty) of April 4, 1949, which sought to create a counterweight to Soviet armies stationed in central and eastern Europe after World War II.
- David G. Haglund
Hace 3 días · In June NATO and Yugoslavia signed a peace accord outlining troop withdrawal and the return of nearly one million ethnic Albanians as well as another 500,000 displaced within the province. Most Serbs left the region, and there were occasional reprisals against those who remained.
- The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
Hace 1 día · Horrific ethnic cleansing campaigns between 1992 and the end of 1995 killed thousands and violently displaced more than two million people in much of Bosnia and Herzegovina. International intervention into the Bosnian conflict led finally to a peace agreement, the Dayton Accords, in late 1995.
Hace 20 horas · On 10 January 1989, the anti- bureaucratic revolution continued in Montenegro, which had the lowest average monthly wage in Yugoslavia, an unemployment rate of nearly 25 percent, and where one-fifth of the population lived below the poverty line. 50,000 demonstrators gathered in the Montenegrin capital of Titograd (now Podgorica) to protest the …
Hace 3 días · Als Grundsatz galt in dieser Zeit die Abwehr eines sowjetischen Angriffs auf das Bündnisgebiet möglichst weit im Osten. Am 28. März 1950 wurde die erste Verteidigungsplanung zur NATO-Strategie vom NATO-Militärausschuss (Strategic Guidance for North Atlantic Regional Planning; MC 14) genehmigt.
Hace 5 días · The Croat–Bosniak War was a conflict between the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatian Republic of Herzeg-Bosnia, supported by Croatia, that lasted from 18 October 1992 to 23 February 1994.  It is often referred to as a "war within a war" because it was part of the larger Bosnian War.