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DPC BALKAN INSIGHT: Bosnia’s Fragile Stability Masks a Downward Spiral.
DPC BALKAN INSIGHT: Bosnia’s Fragile Stability Masks a Downward Spiral.

Author(s): Kurt Bassuener
Subject(s): Politics, Economic policy, Government/Political systems, International relations/trade, Security and defense, Socio-Economic Research
Published by: Democratization Policy Council (DPC) e.V.
Keywords: BiH; stability; protests; political elites; NATO; AFBiH; IMF;
Summary/Abstract: As Bosnia and Herzegovina approaches the first anniversary of the German-British initiative and the 20th anniversary of the Dayton Accords, the Democratization Policy Council, DPC, and the Atlantic Initiative, AI, are collaborating on a series of policy notes which examine various aspects of BiH’s security situation. Written by my DPC colleague Bodo Weber, AI’s Vlado Azinović, and myself, these papers comprise the DPC and AI’s second edition of our 2011 Security Risk Analysis. The first four policy notes – on inflammatory political rhetoric, socio-economic drivers, the Armed Forces of BiH, and EUFOR – have been published; two more – on police and Islamist extremism – are forthcoming.

  • Page Count: 4
  • Publication Year: 2015
  • Language: English