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Post-War Statebuilding and Constitutional Reform

Beyond Dayton in Bosnia

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Part of the Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies book series (RCS)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. Sofía Sebastián-Aparicio
    Pages 1-23
  3. Sofía Sebastián-Aparicio
    Pages 43-73
  4. Sofía Sebastián-Aparicio
    Pages 74-103
  5. Sofía Sebastián-Aparicio
    Pages 104-126
  6. Sofía Sebastián-Aparicio
    Pages 127-145
  7. Sofía Sebastián-Aparicio
    Pages 146-172
  8. Sofía Sebastián-Aparicio
    Pages 173-191
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 192-247

About this book


Sebastián explores the experience of statebuilding and constitution making after violent conflict, using the failed reform of Dayton in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a case study to reflect upon the fundamental questions of post-war statebuilding, reform and the role of local and external actors.


Peacebuilding statebuilding conflict war Dayton Bosnia reform actors local global constitution state

About the authors

Sofía Sebastián Aparicio is currently a Fritz Thyssen TAPIR Fellow at SIPRI, North America. She has held different positions at various universities and worked as a Political Adviser for the Spanish Embassy to Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2010. She has contributed to a number of books on EU democracy promotion and conflict management, and has published numerous articles on Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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