RRPP Scientific Conference 2012 - Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Keynote speech at the RRPP conference 2012 in Sarajevo

Past Talks, Lectures and Conference Presentations

  • Gibt es einen südosteuropäischen Populismus? Keynote Speech, Populismus und Euro-Skeptizismus in Südosteuropa nach 1989, Jena.Wissenschaftliches Symposium des DFG-Graduiertenkollegs 1412 “Kulturelle Orientierungen und Gesellschaftliche Ordnungsstrukturen in Südosteuropa” der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena und der Universität Erfurt, 17.6.2011.
  • Dinner Speech, PfP Consortium Arbeitsgruppe, Regional Stability in South East Europe, Reichenau/Rax, 13.5. 2011.
  • Montenegro seit der Unabhängigkeit: Monaco der Adria und Potemkinsche Reformen, Zentrum Ost-/Südosteuropa, St. Pölten, Austria, 4.11.2010.
  • Prospects for reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina after the elections,  75th Rose-Roth, NATO Parliamentary Assembly, South Eastern Europe: Creating New Momentum, Skopje, 20.10.2010.
  • Kontinuitäten und Brüche in der Entwicklung von Institutionen, 49. Internationale Hochschulwoche, Politische Institutionen und Kulturin Südosteuropa, Südosteuropa Gesellschaft, Tutzing, 7.10.2010.
  • Governance in Bosnia between Minimalism and EU Membership, State Building in Divided Socities, Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Lebanese Association of Sociology,  Beirut, 24.9.2010.
  • Origins and Legacies of State Weakness in Southeastern Europe, Workshop The role of the state in South East Europe today, SEESOX, Oxford University, 21.5.2010
  • A (Un-)Democratic Contradiction? EU Democracy Promotion in former Yugoslavia, Indiana Democracy Consortium, Indiana University, 22.2.2010.
  • The Independence of Kosovo and its Implications for the Balkans, Waseda University, Tokyo,20.1.2010.
  • The End of Dayton Bosnia?, Harriman Institute, Columbia University, 2009.
  • The Balkans after Kosovo’s Independence: Between a European Perspective and Stagnation, University Bologna, 2009.
  • How Ethnic Diversity Delays Democratization: Lessons from Bosnia & Lebanon, Cornell University, 2009.
  • EU Conditionality in Bosnia, Columbia University, 2009.
  • Power-sharing and its Alternatives in former Yugoslavia, MIT, 2009.
  • Kosovo one year after Independence, Cornell, 2009.
  • EU and NATO Conditionality in Bosnia: The Impact of Police and Defence Reform on State Building, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, 2008
  • The Balkans: Promotion of Power-Sharing by Outsiders, University of Pennsylvania, 2008.
  • EU and NATO conditionality in state building in Bosnia, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington DC, 2008.
  • Between Europe and Kosovo? Serbia after the Presidential Elections, Nationalism Studies, Central European University, 2008.
  • EU and NATO state-building in the Balkans; Synergies and Linkages, St. Anthony’s College, Oxford University, January 2008.
  • Historical and Political Background of Montenegro [in German], Commerzbank, 2007.
  • The Contradictions of Nation- and Statebuilding in Montenegro, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, 2007.
  • The Kosovo Precedent? Secession and Frozen Conflicts,  Schapiro lecture series, London School of Economics, 2007.
  • Referendum, Status, Loss? State and Nation-Building in Serbia, Kosovo and Montenegro, The Harriman Institute, Columbia University, 2006.
  • One Nation, Many Nationalisms? Competing Strategies of Nation and State-building in Former Yugoslavia, Luigi Einaudi Lecture, Cornell University, 2006.
  • (Why) Does Nationalism Persist in the Western Balkans? South East European Studies, St. Anthony’s College, Oxford University, November 2004.
  • Nationalism, Ethnicity and the Dissolution of Yugoslavia, Romanian Institute for Recent History, Bucharest, January 2004.
  • Political Perspectives for Montenegro, Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe, Vienna, November 2003.
  • Reconciling Ethnicity with Democracy: The Record of Institutional Design in Bosnia, Centre for Policy Studies, CEU, Budapest, March 2003.
  • The Dynamics of Nationalist Mobilization, Fragmentation and the Difficult Demobilization: The Case of Serbia, Nationalism Studies, CEU, Budapest, March 2003.
  • Multiethnicity and Governance in Post-War Kosovo, Nationalism Studies, CEU, Budapest, March 2002.
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