Mads Jacobsen

Mads Jacobsen

Mads Jacobsen is a former intern at Post-Conflict Research Centre in Sarajevo. Mads is from Denmark and is currently pursuing his Master's degree in 'Development and International Relations' at Aalborg University.

Differing Attitudes Towards BiH’s NATO Membership
Western leaders recognize the importance of a NATO membership for Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) and advocate for the country’s integration into Euro-Atlantic partnerships and institutions. This was confirmed in December 2018, when the foreign ministers of the NATO member countries approved the first BiH Annual National Program that enabled the offer for an action plan …
450 Years of Jewish Life in Sarajevo
In this week's long read, Mads Jacobsen explores the Jewish experience in Bosnia-Herzegovina through the eyes of Sarajevo-born Rabbi Eliezer Papo.
20 Years after Dayton: What’s Next for Bosnia?
Twenty years after the Dayton Peace Agreement (DPA) was signed, Bosnia-Herzegovina faces challenges such as corruption, high youth unemployment, poor social and economic conditions and a lack of political will to implement reforms. Mads H. Jacobsen and Andreas W. Rasmussen report.