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Multinational Federalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina - 
      Soeren Keil

Multinational Federalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina

By combining comparative politics, conflict analysis and international relations theory Soeren Keil offers a unique analysis of federalism in post-Dayton Bosnia and Herzegovina. Les mer
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By combining comparative politics, conflict analysis and international relations theory Soeren Keil offers a unique analysis of federalism in post-Dayton Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Forlag: Ashgate Publishing Limited
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 232
ISBN: 9781409457008
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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«’Soeren Keil offers a theoretically well-grounded and empirically detailed analysis of the mal/functioning of the political process in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Required reading for anyone interested in understanding that country and the political challenges of diversity in divided societies more generally.’ Stefan Wolff, University of Birmingham, UK ’In countries without consensus on the state, the international community has incubated forms of federalism for immediate conflict management needs that have serious sustainability questions. Soeren Keil offers a penetrating analysis of this practice in Bosnia-Herzegovina and an argument that "imposed federalism" is a new institutional form of our time. Those interested not only in Bosnia but in Iraq and Afghanistan should read this book.’ Gerard Toal, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA '... it is quite a challenge to write an innovative study on Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). And yet, with Multinational Federalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina, »

Contents: Introduction; Theories of multinational federalism; Bosnia and Herzegovina's federal tradition: continuity, change and foreign powers; The Bosnian Federation; Federalism in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
Soeren Keil received a Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of Kent in Canterbury and is Lecturer in International Relations at Canterbury Christ Church University. His main research focuses on institutional design in post-conflict societies with a particular focus on the Western Balkans, particularly Bosnia and Herzegovina. He is especially interested in power-sharing models in divided societies, as well as forms of territorial and non-territorial autonomy for minority nations.