Fifteen Years of the Human Dimension in Bosnia and Herzegovina — The Ebb and Flow of State-building

in Security and Human Rights
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Abstract

This article will consider one narrow aspect of the post-Dayton reform process in BiH — the role of the OSCE Mission to BiH in supporting reforms in the 'human dimension'. It will not be a comprehensive review of the Mission's activities on the ground; other such summaries have been conducted, including in the pages of this journal's predecessor. It will instead briefly consider the political environment in BiH 15 years after the war, the continued human dimension efforts of the Mission, and reflections on the scope and limits of such a field Mission in the broader political arena.

Fifteen Years of the Human Dimension in Bosnia and Herzegovina — The Ebb and Flow of State-building

in Security and Human Rights

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