Jasmin Mujanović

Bosniaks

36,30 €
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Jasmin Mujanović

Bosniaks

36,30 €
0.0


GODINA IZDANJA
2023
JEZIK IZDANJA
Engleski
NAKLADNIK / PROIZVOĐAČ
FORMAT
BROJ STRANICA
240 stranica
UVEZ
meki uvez
MASA
0.30 kg
BARKOD
9781805260462
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For the first time in nearly two centuries, one ethnic group now constitutes an absolute majority of Bosnia and Herzegovina`s population: the Bosniaks. It is an unlikely development given that, scarcely thirty years ago, they were targeted for extermination and expulsion by Serbia`s Slobodan Milošević. Even as the Bosniak community fought to survive these atrocities, it simultaneously came under attack from militants led by Croatian president Franjo Tuđman, who attempted to partition Bosnia and Herzegovina between Zagreb and Belgrade. Improbably, the Bosniaks and the Bosnian state survived these campaigns. But the country`s fractious sectarian post-war order has produced the world`s most convoluted constitutional regime, always teetering on the brink of collapse. Jasmin Mujanović illuminates the sources of contemporary Bosniak political identity, tracing the evolution of a religious community into a secular nation, and shedding light on the future of a nation at a crossroads. He explores the idea of Bosnia and Herzegovina as a `national homeland`, considers how narratives of genocide influence self-identity, and probes how demographic changes are putting pressure on the country`s political framework. The fate of Bosnia and Herzegovina`s peace and democracy rests on the Bosniaks` shoulders--and with it, the stability of all Southeastern Europe.

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