Building state capacity in post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina: The case of Brčko District

@article{Jeffrey2006BuildingSC,
  title={Building state capacity in post-conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina: The case of Br{\vc}ko District},
  author={A. Jeffrey},
  journal={Political Geography},
  year={2006},
  volume={25},
  pages={203-227}
}
  • A. Jeffrey
  • Published 2006
  • Political Science
  • Political Geography
Abstract When the Dayton Peace Accords brought to an end three and a half years of conflict in Bosnia, Brcko municipality was not included in the agreement due to its strategic significance to all sides. The subsequent solution, to create a multi-ethnic District, was unique in Bosnia and involved an intensification of international intervention. Drawing on ethnographic field data, this paper examines the emergence of new local state institutions in Brcko District between 1995 and 2004. This… Expand
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