As Bosnians prepare to vote, some lament being ‘second-class citizens’

By |oktober 5th, 2018|Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croats, Dayton Agreement, ethnic tensions, Muslims, News, Republika Srpska, Serbs, Yugoslav wars|

In a country where political power is formally shared by three ethnic groups, Bosnians who identify as "ostali" -- or "others" -- are second-class citizens.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za As Bosnians prepare to vote, some lament being ‘second-class citizens’

Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia show new will to solve disputes

By |marec 8th, 2018|Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Dayton Agreement, enlargement, News, Serbia, Western Balkans|

A first meeting between Croatian, Serbian and Bosnian leaders in six years may not have yielded solutions to controversial issues but the three started discussing ways to improve relations and cooperation, especially in energy and infrastructure. EURACTIV Serbia reports.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia show new will to solve disputes

Time for Juncker to help Bosnia-Herzegovina with a bridge from Dayton to accession

By |februar 26th, 2018|Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dayton Agreement, Dragan Čović, election law, EU membership, European Court of Human Rights, News|

Two years after it applied for EU candidate status, Bosnia and Herzegovina will hand over the answers to the Commission’s questionnaire this week. Now it falls upon Juncker to hold BiH to its membership aspirations and the reform commitments expressed, writes Ivan Pepic.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za Time for Juncker to help Bosnia-Herzegovina with a bridge from Dayton to accession

‘Yugo-stalgic’ Balkans long for socialist past

By |maj 25th, 2017|Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Dayton Agreement, Josip Tito, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, News, Serbia, Socialism, Yugoslavia|

Most Balkan countries think that the breakup of Yugoslavia brought more harm than good, according to a new survey. ‘Yugo-stalgia’ and dissatisfaction caused by low employment and political instability mean many yearn for the days of socialism.

Komentarji so izklopljeni za ‘Yugo-stalgic’ Balkans long for socialist past