Perspectives Southeastern Europe #3: Captured states in the Balkans

Perspectives Southeastern Europe #3: Captured states in the Balkans

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29. Sep. 2017
Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Southeastern Europe (Belgrade, Sarajevo)
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Place of Publication: Sarajevo
Date of Publication: 29.09.2017
Number of Pages: 72
License: CC-BY-NC-ND
Language of Publication: english

Table of contents:

Captured state in the Balkans

Introduction

State capture in the Balkans – l’état c’est nous!
Marion Kraske

Introductory note – peculiarities of state capture
Srđan Dvornik

Who captures what?

Kidnapped state or state sponsored kidnapping
Žarko Puhovski

Modes and instruments of state capture

BiH’s un-reformable public administration – an instrument of state capture
Bodo Weber

Dismantling Bosnia and Herzegovina’s fractured authoritarianism
Jasmin Mujanović

State capture: how to save the Macedonian democratic consolidation and EU enlargement
Zhidas Daskalovski

Judiciary as a mechanism of state capture: external actors, party patronage and informality
Arolda Elbasani

Serbia: hijacked and appropriated state
Đorđe Pavićević

State capture in the Western Balkans
Leon Runje

Culture and media

Ethno-geo-political entrepreneurs and the creation of internal homelands in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sead Turčalo

Impotent media and potent business-political oligarchy
Helena Puljiz

Uneducation policy: captured education
Nenad Veličković

Experiences with captured states

Successfully maintained obstructions
Zlatko Dizdarević

Local captured state – an empirical view
Nives Miošić-Lisjak

The story of a party’s attempt to prevent democratic alternation of power
Jovan Bliznakovski

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