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Analiza strategij vlade Republike Srbske za odcepitev od Bosne in Hercegovine : diplomsko delo
Toprek, Dario (Author), Zupančič, Rok (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Kočan, Faris (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Pravica do samoodločbe narodov predstavlja izziv za sodobno Evropo, secesionizem pa v Evropi še vedno obstaja kot eno od pomembnih vprašanj tako politične teorije kot tudi prakse. Danes obstaja mnogo območij, regij in političnih entitet, ki dokaj odkrito propagirajo in javno izražajo željo po politični samostojnosti. Ena od njih je tudi Republika Srbska (v nadaljevanju: RS), ki že vrsto let teži k odcepitvi od Bosne in Hercegovine (v nadaljevanju: BiH). Na primeru RS je bila retorika vlade in glavnih političnih strank večinoma usmerjena k spodbujanju odcepitve in potencialne združitve z Republiko Srbijo, še posebej med predvolilnimi obdobji. Prav tako so bile stalno prisotne grožnje z odcepitvenim referendumom s strani RS; provokacije ostalih konstitutivnih narodov s praznovanjem neustavnega praznika RS in pogoste, k secesionizmu nagibajoče izjave političnega vodstva. Za RS je zelo pomembna tudi podpora zunaj njenih meja, še posebej s strani Republike Srbije in Ruske federacije (v nadaljevanju: RF), medtem ko je večinska podpora odcepitvi s strani bosanskih Srbov vedno prisotna. Glede na potek dogodkov pa gre očitno bolj za »prazno grožnjo« s strani vlade RS in glavnih političnih strank kot pa za ofenzivno politiko, ki bi spodkopavala državnost in ozemeljsko celovitost BiH

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Republika Srbska, Federacija Bosne in Hercegovine, odcepitev, daytonski mirovni sporazum, vlada Republike Srbske
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2020
Publisher:[D. Toprek]
Number of pages:50 str.
UDC:323.1(497.6)(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:35660291 This link opens in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Analysis of the government strategies of the Republic of Srpska for secession from Bosnia and Herzegovina
Abstract:
The right to self-determination of nations presents a challenge for modern Europe, as secessionism in Europe still exists as on of the key issues of both political theory and practice. Today, there is a wide range of territories, regions and political entities that openly propagate and publicly express their own desire for political independence. One of them is also the Republic of Srpska (RS) which has been striving to secede from Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) for many years. In the case of RS, the rhetoric of the government and the main political parties was mostly inclined to the encouragement of the secession and a potential unification with the Republic of Serbia, especially during the pre-election periods. Threats of a secession referendum by the RS were constantly present along with the provocations of other constitutional nations concerning the celebration of the unconstitutional holiday of the RS and constant secessionist statements coming from the political leadership of RS. Foreign support is also a crucial factor for RS, especially the support emanating from the Republic of Serbia as well as the Russian Federation, while the majority support for secession by Bosnian Serbs is always present. Given the course of events, this is clearly a hollow threat originating from the government of the RS and the main political parties and is definitely not an offensive policy that could in any way undermine the statehood and territorial integrity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Keywords:Republic of Srpska, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, secession, Dayton peace agreement, government of Republic of Srpska

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