Post-War Statebuilding and Constitutional Reform : Beyond Dayton in Bosnia

By: Sebastián-Aparicio, SofíaMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandRethinking Peace and Conflict Studies: Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014Description: 1 online resource (269 p.)ISBN: 9781137336880Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Post-War Statebuilding and Constitutional Reform : Beyond Dayton in BosniaLOC classification: DR1752 | .S433 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of Tables; Foreword; Acknowledgments; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; Research questions; Propositions; Why Bosnia?; Bosnia as a deeply divided society; Bosnia in context; Methodology; Organization of the book; 1 Post-war Statebuilding in Divided Societies: A Conceptual Framework; Statebuilding after violent conflict: a review; Statebuilding in divided societies: the three-tiered framework; Conclusions; 2 Dayton; The constitutional debate before Dayton; Dayton and the external intervention (1995-2005); Beyond Dayton: the rationale
Conclusions3 Beyond Dayton I: Inter-ethnic Divisions; Phase I: the engagement of party leaders; Analysis of Phase I: inter-ethnic divisions in post-conflict Bosnia; Conclusions; 4 Beyond Dayton II: External Agency; Phase II: the United States takes over; Analysis of Phase II: the impact of external actors; Conclusions; 5 Beyond Dayton III: Intra-ethnic Divisions and Collapse; Phase III: public discussion in parliament; Analysis of Phase III: the disruptive impact of intra-ethnic dynamics; The 2006 elections; Conclusions; 6 Elusive Reform and the New International Engagement
After the April Package: international disengagement (2006-07)International reset: Lajcák and the Prud process (2007-09); Butmir and Bosnia's logjam (2009-12); Conclusions: a cycle of crisis and collapse; 7 Conclusions; The failure of constitutional reform in Bosnia; Contributions to theory; Statebuilding in practice: lessons learned; Notes; Bibliography; Index
Summary: <p >Sebastián explores the experience of statebuilding and constitution making after violent conflict, using the failed reform of Dayton in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a case study to reflect upon the fundamental questions of post-war statebuilding, reform and the role of local and external actors. <p >
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Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of Tables; Foreword; Acknowledgments; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; Research questions; Propositions; Why Bosnia?; Bosnia as a deeply divided society; Bosnia in context; Methodology; Organization of the book; 1 Post-war Statebuilding in Divided Societies: A Conceptual Framework; Statebuilding after violent conflict: a review; Statebuilding in divided societies: the three-tiered framework; Conclusions; 2 Dayton; The constitutional debate before Dayton; Dayton and the external intervention (1995-2005); Beyond Dayton: the rationale

Conclusions3 Beyond Dayton I: Inter-ethnic Divisions; Phase I: the engagement of party leaders; Analysis of Phase I: inter-ethnic divisions in post-conflict Bosnia; Conclusions; 4 Beyond Dayton II: External Agency; Phase II: the United States takes over; Analysis of Phase II: the impact of external actors; Conclusions; 5 Beyond Dayton III: Intra-ethnic Divisions and Collapse; Phase III: public discussion in parliament; Analysis of Phase III: the disruptive impact of intra-ethnic dynamics; The 2006 elections; Conclusions; 6 Elusive Reform and the New International Engagement

After the April Package: international disengagement (2006-07)International reset: Lajcák and the Prud process (2007-09); Butmir and Bosnia's logjam (2009-12); Conclusions: a cycle of crisis and collapse; 7 Conclusions; The failure of constitutional reform in Bosnia; Contributions to theory; Statebuilding in practice: lessons learned; Notes; Bibliography; Index

<p >Sebastián explores the experience of statebuilding and constitution making after violent conflict, using the failed reform of Dayton in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a case study to reflect upon the fundamental questions of post-war statebuilding, reform and the role of local and external actors. <p >

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Sofía Sebastián Aparicio is currently a Fritz Thyssen TAPIR Fellow at SIPRI, North America. She has held different positions at various universities and worked as a Political Adviser for the Spanish Embassy to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2010. She has contributed to a number of books on EU democracy promotion and conflict management, and has published numerous articles on Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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