Critiques of Peacebuilding in Bosnia
How effective has the peacebuilding effort in Bosnia been – and what were the main flaws? Professor Michael Pugh (University of Bradford) critiques the post-conflict peacebuilding efforts in Bosnia for being excessively neoliberal, for putting too much emphasis on microcredit, and for lacking a comprehensive industrial/agricultural strategy.
An interview with War and Peace Talk on 14 October 2013.
For more information on Michael Pugh please refer to: his page on the website of the University of Bradford, his article ‘The political economy of peacebuilding‘, and his book ‘Whose Peace? Critical Perspectives on the Political Economy of Peacebuilding‘.