The „Bosnian Spring”: Geo:Economical and Geopolitical Aspects
Starting from the protests which took place in Bosnia and Herzegovina at the beginning of the year 2014, we try to see in what measure these protests have an ethnic or a socio-economical reason. The analysis takes place in a tough regional context, Bosnia and Herzegovina being considered as one of the most affected Balkan states by the economical and financial crisis, having a weak-developed economy and strongly threatened by the accession of its most important commercial partner, Croatia, in the European Union.
Volume (Year): 6 (2014)
Issue (Month): 2 (June)
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