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Transitions, vol. 51, 1 & 2


Transitions, vol. 51, 1 & 2 From peace to shared political identities. Exploring Pathways in Contemporary Bosnia-Herzegovina, edited by Francis CHENEVAL & Sylvie RAMEL

 

 

I. Introduction:Bosnia-Herzegovina and the EU Perspective: Politics and Policies

  • From Peace to Shared Political Identities: Local, National and Multilateral Democracy in Question - Francis Cheneval & Sylvie Ramel
  • Enlargement as Usual? EU Policies and Politics towards South East Europe - Dimitar Bechev
  • Citizenship within and across the Boundaries of the European Union - Jo Shaw

II. Renegotiating the Bosnian Polity

  • The Convenient Consociation: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ethnopolitics and the EU - Eldar Sarajlić
  • Beyond Consociation: The Case of Brčko Arbitration - Asim Mujkić
  • Limits of Consociationalism and Possible Alternatives Centripetal Effects of Direct Democracy in a Multiethnic Society - Nenad Stojanović
  • Let the People Decide? Learning from Swiss Direct Democracy in a Comparative Perspective - Daniel Bochsler

III. New Perspectives on Identity Politics and Political Identities

  • Studying Identities, Political Institutions and Civil Society in Contemporary Bosnia – Some Conceptual and Methodological Considerations - Ioannis Armakolas
  • Religion at the Interface of Identity Politics and Political Identities in Bosnia-Herzegovina - Julianne Funk Deckard
  • ‘You have to be something.’ Alternative Identifications and Postethnic Mobilization in post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina - Heleen Touquet
  • ‘Who does this District Belong to?’ Contesting, Negotiating and Practicing Citizenship in a Mjesna Zajednica in Brčko District - Briony Jones

IV. Negotiating Political Identities

  • Identity Politics and Political Identities in post-Dayton Bosnia-Herzegovina: Historical and Political Context - Nadia Capuzzo Đerković
  • Bošnjaci instead of Muslimani: A Symbolic Change in Wartime Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1993 - Sevan Pearson
  • ‘I am a Woman by my Name and Surname.’ Potential for Change of Political Identity in Bosnia and Herzegovina - Gorana Mlinarević, Melina Sadiković & Nejra Nuna Čengić

V. Conclusion: State-Building in post-Dayton Bosnia-Herzegovina within and beyond the European Perspective

  • ‘Being Citizen the Bosnian Way’: Transformations of Citizenship and Political Identities in Bosnia-Herzegovina - Igor Štiks
  • The Role of the European Union in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Neither a Model, nor a Hegemon? - Sylvie Ramel