Herzegovina’s Media: A Problem of Ideology and Self-censorship
“If you gave me the choice to decide whether we should have a government without the press, or the press without a government, I wouldn't hesitate for a single moment to choose the latter.”
Local Media in BiH: Financial Dependence and Political Influence
The role of local media in each community is of paramount importance. They should serve as a link between the local community and the public and act as means of communication between municipalities or cantons and their citizens.
Crossing Borders: An Introduction to Bosnian Migration to Germany (Part I)
"Crossing Borders" is a multi-part series aims to explore various facets of Bosnian migration to Germany and to present the personal accounts of migrants and their children in an effort to not only reflect on the shared experiences of Bosnian migrants but to also consider the wider themes and implications of their stories.
Becoming Critical Media Consumers in the Era of “Fake News”
Control over mass media narratives gives media producers the capacity to influence what the public believes about what is happening in their localities and across the world.
“As long as they are not shooting…”: Political Culture and Participation in Bosnia-Herzegovina
The recent 20-year anniversary of the Dayton Peace Agreement reified the prospects for change in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Central to these prospects are the ways in which Bosnian citizens think and act politically.
Unrecycled Materials Cost Bosnia Millions in Potential Revenue
The undeveloped waste recycling system in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) harms not only nature, but also our budget.