The New York Times International Edition in Print for Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2022

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    A monument in Prijedor, Bosnia, commemorating Bosnian Serb soldiers killed in the 1990s. Many Serbs like Milorad Dodik deny war crimes committed by ethnic kin and see themselves as victims.
    CreditLaura Boushnak for The New York Times

    In the Tinderbox of Bosnia, a Serb Nationalist Lights a Match

    Bosnia’s fragile multiethnic government is facing its greatest crisis since the Balkan wars. The Serb nationalist leader, Milorad Dodik, is threatening to tear the country apart.


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      CreditMaria Mavropoulou for The New York Times

      Guest Essay

      Why So Many Democracies Are Floundering

      The most pervasive and perhaps deepest challenge facing virtually all Western democracies is the political fragmentation of democratic politics.



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