The United States and NATO were implicated more deeply, directly and intractably in Afghanistan than they had ever been in Bosnia.
No sticky wars then—Bosnia and Kosovo turned out more than OK.
He had actually been to Bosnia as a private citizen, and stayed in a Sarajevo Holiday Inn whose rooms were stained with blood.
In the mid-1990s, the United States waged humanitarian war in Bosnia and did nothing in Rwanda, where the slaughter was worse.
The violence in Libya is quite serious, but it has not reached the levels of past crises such as those in Africa or Bosnia—yet.
One of the first results of this victory was the invasion, by Serb and Montenegrin troops, of Bosnia.
In Bosnia, for some time after the Austrian collapse, it was inconvenient to travel.
It has been unearthed not far from here, for example, at Glasinac in Bosnia.
An excellent province in which Yugoslavia's solidity can be studied is Bosnia.
They found ready refuge in Bosnia, where Culin welcomed them.
named for the River Bosna, which is perhaps from an Indo-European root *bhog- "current." As a name or adjective for someone there, Bosnian (1788) is older in English than Bosniac (1836, from Russian Bosnyak).