War does not stop when the armed conflict ends. This compelling
eyewitness account of a key political crisis in Bosnia and
Herzegovina in 2007 demonstrates how interventions from foreign
powers to end armed conflict can create new forms of conflict that
are not only as determined and resilient, but can lead groups to
challenge the power of fragile states through political and legal
means. Countering such challenges is an integral but often ignored
part of peace processes. How do these nonviolent wars evolve? How
can the power of fragile states be challenged through nonviolent
means in the aftermath of armed conflict? And what is the role of
diplomacy in countering such challenges? This book offers key
insights for policy makers dealing with fragile states who seek
answers to such questions.
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