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Constitution Drafting in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ten years after the adoption of the Dayton Accords, the awkward, redundant, expensive and often ineffective institutional structure that resulted from that process is largely still in place today. Careful not to give too much power at the federal level to any one ethnic group, the Dayton Accords divested power from the center to local governing bodies.

The Dynamics of Democratization: Civil Society in East Europe, 1996-2002

The Dynamics of Democratization:
Civil Society in East Europe, 1996-2002
March 9, 2005
Staff-prepared summary of the EES discussion with Christian Haerpfer, Reader in the Department of Politics, University of Aberdeen and 2004-2005 Wilson Center Fellow

Update on Croatia: EU Accession Process and Presidential Elections

An Update on Croatia: the EU Accession Process
and the Presidential Elections
February 28, 2005
Staff-prepared summary of the EES discussion with Ivan Grdesic, Professor of Political Science, University of Zagreb, and Former Ambassador to the United States

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