Twenty years after the signature of the Dayton Agreements, Bosnia and Herzegovina remains in an institutional limbo, with national political elites unable to agree to those important institutional reforms the country urgently needs in order to progress on its path towards accession to the European Union. This essay examines both (little) progress and backlashes characterizing Bosnia and Herzegovina in the last ten years, focusing on the three aspects of institutional reforms, of the implementation of European human rights standards as induced by the case law of the European Court of Human Rights and of the transfer of cases from the ICTY to domestic courts for the prosecution of suspected war criminals.

La Bosnia-Erzegovina a venti anni da Dayton: un sintetico bilancio

MILANO, Enrico
2015-01-01

Abstract

Twenty years after the signature of the Dayton Agreements, Bosnia and Herzegovina remains in an institutional limbo, with national political elites unable to agree to those important institutional reforms the country urgently needs in order to progress on its path towards accession to the European Union. This essay examines both (little) progress and backlashes characterizing Bosnia and Herzegovina in the last ten years, focusing on the three aspects of institutional reforms, of the implementation of European human rights standards as induced by the case law of the European Court of Human Rights and of the transfer of cases from the ICTY to domestic courts for the prosecution of suspected war criminals.
Bosnia-Erzegovina, state-building, diritto internazionale
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