Rebuilding Bosnia: A Model to Emulate or to Avoid?
PATRICE C. McMAHON assesses international strategies for rebuilding Bosnia- Herzegovina. She contends that international involvement there has been a model to both emulate and avoid and that the successes and failures in Bosnia provide a timely test case for the efficacy of Western nation-building efforts.
Blue Helmets and Black Markets: The Business of Survival in the Siege of Sarajevo, Peter Andreas Reviewed by PATRICE C. McMAHON
Losing Iraq: Inside the Postwar Reconstruction Fiasco, David L. Phillips Reviewed by PATRICE C. McMAHON
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