Elections in the Aftermath of Bosnia’s Civil War | Michael Miller

By Michael Miller

David Miranda

EPISODE SUMMARY:

Michael Miller, a solo practitioner in the area of trusts and estates and past president of the New York State Bar Association, talks about supervising elections in Bosnia, just nine months after the war’s end in 1995. Amid the ruins and casualties of war, and despite persistent rain, Bosnians stood for hours proud and eager to vote in a democratic election.

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