CITSEE Study

Bosnia: Complex Citizenship in a Complex Country

Eldar Sarajlić
A view of Sarajevo

Today’s Bosnia and Herzegovina has a complex citizenship regime. It emerged as a response to instability at a particular point in the country’s history, which then became established as the dominant pattern of political interaction.  

This is an extended summary of a longer paper that was originally published in the CITSEE Working Paper Series and is available for download here.

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