Strategies for the future of Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia / [foreword] by Giuseppe de Vergottini and Robert H. Evans ; editing by Silvia Bagni, Justin Frosini and Todd Waller.

Format
Book
Language
  • English
  • Italian
Published/​Created
Torino [Italy] : G. Giappichelli, 2001.
Description
xii, 215 p. ; 24 cm.

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Notes
  • Proceedings of a conference held by the CCSDD in Bologna in November 2000.
  • The article by Patrick McCarthy and Joy Frey "What the EU can do in the Balkans" which is listed in the table of contents was not included in the final publication.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Labours of Sisyphus? A framework for considering the return of refugees to Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia in the coming period / Susan L. Woodward
  • Review of peace process - five years after Dayton. The return of refugees and displaced persons as a means of stabilization of BiH / Carlo Jean
  • Economic developments in Southeast Europe. Its impact on refugee returns / Arntraud Hartmann
  • Constitutional court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the High Representative and the right to return / Rebecca Everly and Alexis Hupin
  • Property rights as agents of revolutionary change - moving beyond Annex VII to a comprehensive approach to property / Helene Holm-Pedersen
  • Repossession of private property - the key precondition for sustainable return. The situation in Croatia at the end of 2000 and what should be done in 2001 / Axel Jaenicke
  • Impact of infrastructure repair on the return of refugees and displaced persons : a USAID/Bosnia-Herzegovina case study / Edward L. Kadunc
  • Case study : a story of Konjic / Domagoj Nikolic
  • Human rights and refugee returns / Manfred Nowak
  • Why are the Bosnians not going back home? The role of international actors / Roberto Belloni
  • War criminals as an obstacle to the Dayton Peace Accords / James Lyon
  • Closing remarks / Roy Gutman.
ISBN
883481231X (pbk.)
OCLC
56356128
RCP
N - S
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