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U.S. and EU push for progress in troubled Balkans

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks next to Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic during a news conference following meetings at the Palace of Serbia in Belgrade October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks next to Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic during a news conference following meetings at the Palace of Serbia in Belgrade October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks next to Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic during a news conference following meetings at the Palace of Serbia in Belgrade October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a news conference following meetings at the Palace of Serbia in Belgrade October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a news conference following meetings at the Palace of Serbia in Belgrade October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a news conference following meetings at the Palace of Serbia in Belgrade October 30, 2012. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (R) greets employees and their families at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. Clinton's Balkans trip, probably her last before stepping down early next year, represents her final effort to settle some of the legacies of the bloody break-up of federal Yugoslavia in the 1990s, when her husband Bill Clinton was president. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (R) greets employees and their families at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle...more

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (R) greets employees and their families at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. Clinton's Balkans trip, probably her last before stepping down early next year, represents her final effort to settle some of the legacies of the bloody break-up of federal Yugoslavia in the 1990s, when her husband Bill Clinton was president. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) greets employees and their families at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. Clinton's Balkans trip, probably her last before stepping down early next year, represents her final effort to settle some of the legacies of the bloody break-up of federal Yugoslavia in the 1990s, when her husband Bill Clinton was president. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) greets employees and their families at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle...more

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) greets employees and their families at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. Clinton's Balkans trip, probably her last before stepping down early next year, represents her final effort to settle some of the legacies of the bloody break-up of federal Yugoslavia in the 1990s, when her husband Bill Clinton was president. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (C) stands alongside EU Force Commander Major General Robert Brieger (L), EU Special Representative Peter Sorensen (2nd L), High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (3rd L), U.S. Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Patrick Moon (3rd R), EU High Representative Valentin Inzko (2nd R), and NATO Commander Walter Lord as they pose for a photo prior to meetings at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo, October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. Clinton's Balkans trip, probably her last before stepping down early next year, represents her final effort to settle some of the legacies of the bloody break-up of federal Yugoslavia in the 1990s, when her husband Bill Clinton was president. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (C) stands alongside EU Force Commander Major General Robert Brieger (L), EU Special Representative Peter Sorensen (2nd L), High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (3rd L), U.S. Ambassador to...more

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (C) stands alongside EU Force Commander Major General Robert Brieger (L), EU Special Representative Peter Sorensen (2nd L), High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (3rd L), U.S. Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Patrick Moon (3rd R), EU High Representative Valentin Inzko (2nd R), and NATO Commander Walter Lord as they pose for a photo prior to meetings at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo, October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. Clinton's Balkans trip, probably her last before stepping down early next year, represents her final effort to settle some of the legacies of the bloody break-up of federal Yugoslavia in the 1990s, when her husband Bill Clinton was president. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (3rd L) speak with EU High Representative Valentin Inzko (2nd R) alongside U.S. Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Patrick Moon (R), EU Special Representative Peter Sorensen (2nd L) and EU Force Commander Major General Robert Brieger (L) prior to meetings at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo, October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. Clinton's Balkans trip, probably her last before stepping down early next year, represents her final effort to settle some of the legacies of the bloody break-up of federal Yugoslavia in the 1990s, when her husband Bill Clinton was president. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (3rd L) speak with EU High Representative Valentin Inzko (2nd R) alongside U.S. Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Patrick Moon (R), EU Special...more

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (3rd L) speak with EU High Representative Valentin Inzko (2nd R) alongside U.S. Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Patrick Moon (R), EU Special Representative Peter Sorensen (2nd L) and EU Force Commander Major General Robert Brieger (L) prior to meetings at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo, October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. Clinton's Balkans trip, probably her last before stepping down early next year, represents her final effort to settle some of the legacies of the bloody break-up of federal Yugoslavia in the 1990s, when her husband Bill Clinton was president. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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NATO Commander Walter Lord (3rd L) runs in to take his position for a photograph with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (C), EU Force Commander Major General Robert Brieger (L), EU Special Representative Peter Sorensen (2nd L), High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (centre L), U.S. Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Patrick Moon (2nd R) and EU High Representative Valentin Inzko (R) prior to meetings at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. REUTERS/ Saul Loeb/ Pool

NATO Commander Walter Lord (3rd L) runs in to take his position for a photograph with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (C), EU Force Commander Major General Robert Brieger (L), EU Special Representative Peter Sorensen (2nd L), High...more

NATO Commander Walter Lord (3rd L) runs in to take his position for a photograph with U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (C), EU Force Commander Major General Robert Brieger (L), EU Special Representative Peter Sorensen (2nd L), High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (centre L), U.S. Ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina Patrick Moon (2nd R) and EU High Representative Valentin Inzko (R) prior to meetings at the U.S. Embassy in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. REUTERS/ Saul Loeb/ Pool
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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (C) pose alongside Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency chairman Bakir Izetbegovic (L), member Nebojsa Radmanovic (2nd R) and member Zeljko Komsic (R) prior to meetings at the Presidency in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (C) pose alongside Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency chairman Bakir Izetbegovic (L), member Nebojsa Radmanovic (2nd R) and member Zeljko...more

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (C) pose alongside Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency chairman Bakir Izetbegovic (L), member Nebojsa Radmanovic (2nd R) and member Zeljko Komsic (R) prior to meetings at the Presidency in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd R) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (L) shake hands with Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic (2nd L) and Member Nebojsa Radmanovic (R) of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency prior to meetings at the Presidency in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd R) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (L) shake hands with Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic (2nd L) and Member Nebojsa Radmanovic (R) of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency...more

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd R) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (L) shake hands with Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic (2nd L) and Member Nebojsa Radmanovic (R) of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency prior to meetings at the Presidency in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd L) meets with Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency chairman Bakir Izetbegovic (2nd R), member Nebojsa Radmanovic (3rd R) and member Zeljko Komsic (R) of during a meeting in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd L) meets with Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency chairman Bakir Izetbegovic (2nd R), member Nebojsa Radmanovic (3rd R) and member Zeljko Komsic (R) of during a meeting in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The...more

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd L) meets with Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency chairman Bakir Izetbegovic (2nd R), member Nebojsa Radmanovic (3rd R) and member Zeljko Komsic (R) of during a meeting in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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Bosnian Prime Minister Vjekoslav Bevanda (R) shakes hands with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the US Embassy in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

Bosnian Prime Minister Vjekoslav Bevanda (R) shakes hands with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the US Embassy in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve...more

Bosnian Prime Minister Vjekoslav Bevanda (R) shakes hands with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the US Embassy in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) shakes hands with Chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic prior to meetings in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) shakes hands with Chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic prior to meetings in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push...more

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) shakes hands with Chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic prior to meetings in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (L) meet with the chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic (2nd R), member Nebojsa Radmanovic (3rd R) and member Zeljko Komsic (R) in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (L) meet with the chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic (2nd R), member Nebojsa Radmanovic (3rd R) and...more

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2nd L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (L) meet with the chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic (2nd R), member Nebojsa Radmanovic (3rd R) and member Zeljko Komsic (R) in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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U.S. Secretary of States Hillary Clinton speaks during a news conference after a meeting during an official visit to Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

U.S. Secretary of States Hillary Clinton speaks during a news conference after a meeting during an official visit to Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering...more

U.S. Secretary of States Hillary Clinton speaks during a news conference after a meeting during an official visit to Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic
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Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency (C) speaks alongside U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton during a news conference at the Presidency Building in Sarajevo, October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency (C) speaks alongside U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton during a news conference at the Presidency...more

Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency (C) speaks alongside U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton during a news conference at the Presidency Building in Sarajevo, October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency (C) speaks alongside U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton during a news conference at the Presidency Building in Sarajevo, October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency (C) speaks alongside U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton during a news conference at the Presidency...more

Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency (C) speaks alongside U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton during a news conference at the Presidency Building in Sarajevo, October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (bottom L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (bottom C) walk along with Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic (bottom R) of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency, following a news conference at the Presidency Building in Sarajevo, October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (bottom L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (bottom C) walk along with Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic (bottom R) of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency, following a news...more

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (bottom L) and High Representative for EU Foreign Policy Catherine Ashton (bottom C) walk along with Chairman Bakir Izetbegovic (bottom R) of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency, following a news conference at the Presidency Building in Sarajevo, October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a news conference with the chairman Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic (not pictured) in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a news conference with the chairman Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic (not pictured) in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on...more

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks during a news conference with the chairman Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic (not pictured) in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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Chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic listens as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (not pictured) speaks during a news conference in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool

Chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic listens as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (not pictured) speaks during a news conference in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined...more

Chairman of the Bosnia and Herzegovina Tri-Presidency Bakir Izetbegovic listens as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (not pictured) speaks during a news conference in Sarajevo October 30, 2012. The United States and the European Union combined on Tuesday to push Balkan states to resolve festering political and economic disputes obstructing more integration with the rest of Europe. REUTERS/Saul Loeb/Pool
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (R) talks to Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic before their meeting in Belgrade October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. Clinton's Balkans trip, probably her last before stepping down early next year, represents her final effort to settle some of the legacies of the bloody break-up of federal Yugoslavia in the 1990s, when her husband Bill Clinton was president. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (R) talks to Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic before their meeting in Belgrade October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power...more

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (R) talks to Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic before their meeting in Belgrade October 30, 2012. Clinton and EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. Clinton's Balkans trip, probably her last before stepping down early next year, represents her final effort to settle some of the legacies of the bloody break-up of federal Yugoslavia in the 1990s, when her husband Bill Clinton was president. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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(L-R) Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton and Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic pose for a picture prior to their meeting in Belgrade October 30, 2012. Clinton and Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. Clinton's Balkans trip, probably her last before stepping down early next year, represents her final effort to settle some of the legacies of the bloody break-up of federal Yugoslavia in the 1990s, when her husband Bill Clinton was president. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

(L-R) Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton and Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic pose for a picture prior to their meeting in Belgrade October 30, 2012. Clinton and...more

(L-R) Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, EU foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton and Serbian Prime Minister Ivica Dacic pose for a picture prior to their meeting in Belgrade October 30, 2012. Clinton and Ashton began a three-nation Balkan trip in Bosnia, where a power struggle between ethnic Serb, Muslim and Croat parties has stymied progress since their 1992-95 war. Clinton's Balkans trip, probably her last before stepping down early next year, represents her final effort to settle some of the legacies of the bloody break-up of federal Yugoslavia in the 1990s, when her husband Bill Clinton was president. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
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