Twenty years after Europe’s bloodiest war since World War II, Bosnia is a country riven by ethnic divisions and poverty. After its recent application to join the European Union, Bosnians and their leaders will have to confront their political divisions and the systemic corruption that has thwarted efforts to make it a functioning democracy. On this edition of Global Journalist, a look at Bosnia’s halting recovery from civil war and the challenges of transforming a dysfunctional government. Joining our program: Srecko Latal, a regional editor for Balkan Insight and founder of the think tank Social Overview Service. Kurt Bassuener, Balkan researcher and co-founder of the Democratization Policy Council.