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Peace in Peril: What to Make of the Current Political Crisis in Bosnia?
November 12, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Nearly three decades since the end of the war in Bosnia, the U.S.-brokered Dayton peace agreement and constitution are being challenged by secessionist forces. Many observers are characterizing this moment as the most serious political crisis for the country, potentially jeopardizing the stability in the region.
Join us for a virtual panel discussion with Kurt Bassuener (Democratization Policy Council), Ismail Ćidić (George Mason University), Ivana Korajlić (Transparency International) and Jasmin Mujanović (Author of “Hunger and Fury: The Crisis of Democracy in the Balkans”). The discussion will be moderated by Safia Swimelar (Elon University). Presented by the UNC Forum on Southeast Europe.
Kurt Bassuener is co-founder and senior associate of the Democratization Policy Council, a Berlin-based think-tank.
Ismail Ćidić is president of the Bosnian Advocacy Center and fellow at George Mason University.
Ivana Korajlić is executive director at Transparency International in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Jasmin Mujanović is a political scientist and analyst of southeast European affairs with a PhD from York University.