Bosnia moved from the front-burner of US and NATO policy on 9/11. Iraq pushed Bosnia into the freezer, and it has now largely been forgotten. Well, by many policy-makers, but it is not a done deal or a solved problem, although it looks like that in comparison to Iraq and Afghanistan. Oh, if only Afghanistan could be as functional as Bosnia. Oy.
Anyway, Florian Bieber addresses Bosnia fatigue and then suggests how the EU and US should deal with Bosnia by focusing on constitutional reforms. Take a look and consider how benign neglect has worked better or worse than active interest.