Balkan Politics and Society
The book series Balkan Politics and Society (BPS), launching in 2018, focuses on original empirical research on understudied aspects of the multifaceted historical, political, and cultural trajectories of the Balkan region.
Topics in the series include:
- Discussions on aspects of the political systems of the Balkan states, including single country case studies and comparative research
- Analysis of relevant policy fields
- Studies of the link between contemporary political issues and historical debates
- Historical debates on the Balkan states
- Analysis of aspects of the social and economic reality of the region
- Research on the evolution and development of different cultures in the region
- Societal analysis, discussions on the evolution of the different societies in the Balkan
Security Governance in Times of Complexity: The EU and Security Sector Reform in the Western Balkans, 1991–2013
With a foreword by Professor Elena Korosteleva€34.90ibidem406 PagesFramed by complexity-thinking, this book uses the prism of security sector reform (SSR) to trace the co-evolution of the Western Balkans as part of the EU/Europe security community and the European Union...
Soeren Keil, Bernhard Stahl€39.90ibidem446 PagesThis compilation of essays by scholars from the region, Western Europe, and the US, explores the intersection of international politics in the post-Yugoslav states with a focus on the influence and impact...
Prospects for the Protection of the Right to be Elected in Bosnia and Herzegovina€34.90ibidem178 PagesThe right to be elected, although an important political right guaranteed in human rights documents on international and regional levels, is still an under-researched and undertheorized concept with many...
The Ideologization of Writing Systems on the Balkans since the Breakup of Multiethnic Empires€39.90ibidem306 PagesWhat is the relationship between writing systems and nationalism? How can different alphabets coexist in the same country? What is the destiny of the Cyrillic alphabet in Europe? Giustina Selvelli’s...
What Bosnia and Britain Can Learn From Each Other€34.90ibidem380 PagesBritain does not have a written constitution. It has rather, over centuries, developed a set of miscellaneous conventions, rules, and norms that govern political behavior. By contrast, Bosnia’s constitution...
Comparative Insights from Kosovo, Transnistria, and Northern Cyprus€39.90ibidem324 PagesThis study provides an overview of current nation building processes in contested states. With a specific focus on the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic, and Kosovo,...
Ian Bancroft€24.90ibidem196 PagesTwenty years on from the end of war, the status of the north of Kosovo remains disputed. Ten years on from Kosovo’s declaration of independence from Serbia, the north’s predominantly Serb population...
A Journey to Bosnia€24.90ibidem216 PagesIn this daring experiment in ethnographic place-writing, cultural geographer James Riding aims to get at the heart of post-conflict Bosnia showing the past alongside the present it created via a series...
21st Century Manifestations of an Historical Challenge€34.90ibidem374 PagesThe topics of extremism, violent extremism, and radicalization leading to terrorism have constituted an increasingly prominent area of policy interest and donor support in recent years, globally and in...