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STILL : some thoughts on stillness and the landscape of war

(2016) GETUIGEN. p.30-43
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Portfolio and text. Jelena Juresa: Still (2013) The Dayton peace agreement that set out with the goal of stopping the armed conflict in 1995 divided Bosnia and Herzegovina into two main entities: Republika Srpska, with a predominantly Serbian population, and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, where mostly Bosniaks and Croats live. Two decades after the Dayton agreement, the existing confederal structure of Bosnia and Herzegovina suffers from many inner weaknesses, one of them being the failure to establish an effective environmental governance, due to the fact that neither of these entities has the capacity to autonomously handle the environmental sector. As a result of unregulated waste management outside of the urban centres, neglect makes its mark on the landscape – especially around the numerous river basins.

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Kovačević-Jureša, Jelena. “STILL : Some Thoughts on Stillness and the Landscape of War.” GETUIGEN, no. 123, 2016, pp. 30–43.
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Kovačević-Jureša, J. (2016). STILL : some thoughts on stillness and the landscape of war. GETUIGEN, (123), 30–43.
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Kovačević-Jureša, Jelena. 2016. “STILL : Some Thoughts on Stillness and the Landscape of War.” GETUIGEN, no. 123: 30–43.
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Kovačević-Jureša, Jelena. 2016. “STILL : Some Thoughts on Stillness and the Landscape of War.” GETUIGEN (123): 30–43.
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Kovačević-Jureša J. STILL : some thoughts on stillness and the landscape of war. GETUIGEN. 2016;(123):30–43.
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J. Kovačević-Jureša, “STILL : some thoughts on stillness and the landscape of war,” GETUIGEN, no. 123, pp. 30–43, 2016.
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  abstract     = {{Portfolio and text. Jelena Juresa: Still (2013)

The Dayton peace agreement that set out with the goal of stopping the armed conflict in 1995 divided Bosnia and Herzegovina into two main entities: Republika Srpska, with a predominantly Serbian population, and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, where mostly Bosniaks and Croats live. Two decades after the Dayton agreement, the existing confederal structure of Bosnia and Herzegovina suffers from many inner weaknesses, one of them being the failure to establish an effective environmental governance, due to the fact that neither of these entities has the capacity to autonomously handle the environmental sector. As a result of unregulated waste management outside of the urban centres, neglect makes its mark on the landscape – especially around the numerous river basins.}},
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  year         = {{2016}},
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