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How does war shape postwar politics?

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ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War: Political Competition in Postwar Southeast Europe - is a five-year project that aims at understanding the political legacies of war by focusing on the evolution of political competition over the period of almost three decades – from the early 1990s until the present – in six postwar states of Southeast Europe: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia.

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ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War
Postwar Politics Workshop: Carrie Manning
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ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War
Postwar Politics Workshop : Nora Schrader Rashidkhan
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ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War
Postwar Politics Workshop : Mimni Söderberg Kovacs & Melida Jimenez
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ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War
Postwar Politics Workshop: Justin Pearce
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ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War
Postwar Politics Workshop: Gyda Maras Sindre
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ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War
Postwar Politics Workshop: Filip Novokmet
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ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War
Postwar Politics Workshop : Christoph Koenig
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ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War
Postwar Politics Workshop: Benedetta Berti
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ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War
Postwar Politics Workshop : Michal Mochtak
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ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War
Postwar Politics Workshop : Marat Iliyasov
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ELWar – Electoral Legacies of War
Postwar voters : violence, loss and exile as electoral currencies