Peter Lippman’s book on return, engagement, and peacebuilding in Bosnia and Herzegovina offers an excellent historical survey of the past 25+ years, while providing insights that should inform current policy making.
In this open letter, catalyzed by the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia in cooperation[…]
Valery Perry considers the false choices emerging in discussions about election and constitutional reform in Bosnia and Herzegovina, drawing comparisons to other similar false choices that have been politically weaponized in the US.
In this blog, Valery Perry dispels some myths to reduce the damage being done by intentional or simply ill-informed efforts to legitimize the political and instrumentalized ethno-national discrimination and segregation that continue to plague schools throughout Bosnia and Herzegovina.
DPC Policy Note #16
DPC Senior Associate Valery Perry reflects on how she hopes a Biden administration democratic clean-up in the US will prompt a rethinking of democratization policy abroad.
While awaiting the US elections, DPC Senior Associate Valery Perry considers the intentional structural constraints that will impede reform in any administration, considering parallels and lessons from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Chile.
In an article for an Sudosteuropa Mitteilungen special issue looking at China in the Western Balkans,[…]
Valery Perry reviews Peter Emerson’s book, Majority Voting as a Catalyst of Populism: Preferential Decision-making for an Inclusive Democracy, and asks why we are so slow to improve the way we make decisions.