The Question of National Identity of Bosnia and Herzegovina:A Micro Study of Non-Muslim Soldiers in the Army of Bosnia and Herzegovina in the Municipality of K Goran Batic
Ethnic and National Identity in Bosnia-Herzegovina:Kinship and Solidarity in a Polyethnic Society Keith Doubt/ Adnan Tufekcic
Youth Ethnic and National Identity in Bosnia and Herzegovina:Social Science Approaches D. Majstorovic/ V. Turjacanin
Everyday Ethno-National Identities of Young People in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Jessie Hronesova
Everyday Ethno-National Identities of Young People in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Jessie Hronesová
Human Rights in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia. Challenges for Respective National Responses to the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR): Peda Durasovic
From an expert author who has lived and worked in the region for over two decades, Bradt´s Bosnia and Herzegovina is the most comprehensive English-language guidebook available to the mountainous heart of the Western Balkans. It covers the country´s diverse Mediterranean landscapes, from the southern Herzegovina cities of Mostar and Trebinje to the lush and green Alpine regions of Sarajevo and Banja Luka, plus second-to-none coverage of the capital city Sarajevo. Now in its fifth edition, not only does the guide feature smaller towns and villages off the beaten track, but it also goes into greater depth than its competitors, with more detail on the history, culture and sights, and more opinionated and entertaining reviews of hotels and restaurants. For this new updated edition the Sarajevo chapter has been fully overhauled and a complete run-down of all of the Herzegovina wineries has been included. There is also new coverage on the Via Dinarica regional mega trail that carves its way through the heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina´s Dinaric Alps and is chock full of activities and adventure for families and pros alike. New maps for the country´s national parks are included, plus walking routes that you´ll find in no other book. Also included are details of rural accommodation and farm stays within reach of some of the major hubs, plus an expanded chapter on Mostar and Trebinje. Two decades after the conflict that ravaged the region, Bosnia and Herzegovina has emerged as a unique, dynamic tourism destination. Whether you go in search of bears in the primeval Sutjeska National Park, wander the winding streets of Sarajevo´s Turkish quarter or put your feet up in Mostar with a glass of chilled ilavka, you are guaranteed to be charmed by the country´s rich natural and cultural heritage.
National Criminal Law in a Comparative Legal Context. Vol. 2.1.:General limitations on the application of criminal law: Principle of legality - Extraterritorial jurisdiction. Australia Bosnia and Herzegovina Hungary India Iran Japan Romania Russia Switzerland Uruguay USA. . Neuauflage
This is the first detailed guide to the Bosnian part of the new Via Dinarica hiking trail that carves its way through the Dinaric Alps, one of Europes least explored mountain ranges and last true wilderness frontiers, connecting the seven nations of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo, and Albania. In total, this trail system will span over 1,350km, 350km of which is in Bosnia Herzegovina.The Via Dinarica consists of three routes White, Green and Blue and this guide focuses primarily on the White Trail through Bosnia and Herzegovina, following the natural flow of the highest peaks of the Dinaric Alps. Detailed descriptions of each of the 13 stages of the White Trail through Bosnia and Herzegovina are included, along with maps, altitude charts and helpful tips, as well as recommendations for waypoint visits and nearby highlights. Also included are an overview of the flora and fauna of the region, details of accommodation for each step of the way, and information on local public transport, culture, food and language. The natural and cultural wonders of the Dinaric Alps are the best-kept secret of the Balkans, a region with some of the wildest, most impressive natural beauty in the world. All of the countries along the Via Dinarica boast beautiful mountains, alpine lakes, karst caves, forest preserves and pristine rivers that have forged extraordinary canyons and gorges. Here, there is also an abundance of enduring mountain communities that maintain their traditional ways of life and sustainable reliance on the land.Although the Via Dinarica is primarily a hiking trail, there are opportunities for many different outdoor adventure sports along the way, such as rafting, skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing, canyoning, caving, etc. The Via Dinarica White Trail in Bosnia and Herzegovina is 350km long, takes an estimated 125 hours to complete, climbs the highest, often snow-capped mountains of the Dinaric Alps, and passes through or near over 5 national parks and many nature preserves, as well as one of the two remaining European rainforests, the Perucica primeval forest. With this handy, portably guide, you can discover it all.