What is Richard Holbrooke's legacy?
One of the United States' most experienced and respected international diplomats, Richard Holbrooke, has died at the age of 69. But how will Mr Holbrooke be remembered?
Mr Holbrooke was most recently known for his work in Afghanistan and Pakistan, where he was President Obama's special envoy.
A career diplomat and a life-long Democrat, Mr Holbrooke will be best remembered for his role brokering the Dayton Peace Accord in 1995, which ended the Bosnian war.
Mr Obama called the 69-year-old, who was known for bringing warring leaders to the negotiating table, a "true giant of American foreign policy".
What will be his enduring legacy? What impact did he have on international peace and security? How will his passing affect the Obama administration?
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