Two theories (Social Identity Theory, and Relative Deprivation Theory) used to analyse the Bosnia-Herzegovina Conflict with additional Conflict Resolution Methods used to resolve the conflict 

Background: The Bosnia-Herzegovina conflict was a three-way conflict that occurred in the Balkan state between 1992 and 1995, following the collapse of the Yugoslavian Federal Republic in 1991 (Hammond, 2007). The collapse of the communistic regime, which saw the creation of Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Macedonia from the former Yugoslavia, resulted in conflict arising between … Continue reading Two theories (Social Identity Theory, and Relative Deprivation Theory) used to analyse the Bosnia-Herzegovina Conflict with additional Conflict Resolution Methods used to resolve the conflict 

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