On November 1, 1995, at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, Secretary of State Warren Christopher and then-Assistant Secretary of State Richard Holbrooke opened…
2020 marked the 25th anniversary of the Dayton Accords, a historic diplomatic achievement that ended the war in Bosnia.
NMAD’s former Director Mary Kane and Public Historian Dr. Alison Mann hosted a conversation with Ambassador Christopher Hill and Dayton City Commissioner Matt Joseph, where they discussed their first-hand experiences of the negotiations.
Together, they told the story of the tragic war in Bosnia, U.S. involvement, and the diplomats who worked to find a peaceful resolution. Part of that peaceful resolution was closed-door, high-profile peace talks in Dayton, Ohio. Meet the diplomats and learn the story of the Dayton Peace Accords through the timestamps below.