The Centre for Neighbourhood and Mediterranean, the Institute for International Politics and Economics, and the Institute for European Studies organised a webinar “The 25 years of  the Dayton agreement: History and Perspectives”. As an introductory part of the webinar, Vladimir Rusić gave a concise, historical and graphic presentation of the most important draft peace solutions that preceded the Dayton Agreement. Former US Ambassador Peter Galbraith spoke about personal encounters with political leaders, the latest dynamics in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. Dr Timothy Les, a researcher at the Centre for Geopolitics at the University of Cambridge, pointed out the complex post-Dayton structure, key political problems that burden the peace process. He emphasised the importance of normalising interethnic relations and contemporary political tendencies within the complex dynamics of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Dr Srđa Trifković delved into historical contradictions, complex interethnic relations, misconceptions of the international community regarding the sustainability of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the continuity of the Bosniak policy of majoritarianism, directed primarily towards the Republika Srpska. More than seventy participants had the opportunity to join the discussion. During the debate issues of responsibility for the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina were discussed, as well as the current obstacles and prospects for the development of future relations.