Democratic Transition and Multi-Ethnicity – Opportunities and Challenges for Bosnia and Herzegovina and its Southeast European Neighbours
43rd Workshop of the Study Group "Regional Stability in South East Europe" - Policy Recommendations
Herausgeber:Dr. Predrag Jureković
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Dealing with ethnic and religious diversity is an important yardstick for democratic and security consolidation in South East Europe and especially in the Western Balkan (WB) region with its population of about 17 million. Despite its historical burdens, the WB has the potential to become a positive role model for multi-ethnic coexistence. However, this would require shared positive narratives instead of the currently dominant political exploitation of nationalisms.