Crossing Concepts: A Critical Examination of Liberal Peace-building in Bosnia-Herzegovina

Michael Joshua Fleet


The rebuilding of a state after conflict is a difficult task and must be constantly critiqued to avoid repeating errors of the past. This paper critically examines Liberal Peacebuilding
within Bosnia-Herzegovina. It first views the history and context of what brought about the peacebuilding mission, and then it explains Liberal Peacebuilding and its issues. Finally, it
moves to examine possible ways to absolve these problems. By examining the issues within Liberal Peacebuilding, it becomes apparent that these must be resolved so as to avoid the same issues within states in the future.

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