About J. Eminić

Jasmina Eminić is an intern at Forum für Mittelost- und Südosteuropa. Her areas of interest include EU migration policy, EU integration, EU's relations with Western Balkans, the Middle East, and identity politics. Jasmina Eminić holds a BA in International Relations from University of Ljubljana, Slovenia, and is currently pursuing a second BA in History and Culture of Middle East at Free University Berlin. During her first studies, she spent one semester abroad at Berlin School of Economics and Law. She also completed internships in Slovenian government institutions as well as volunteered in the non-governmental sector, complimenting her knowledge with practical skills in event organization, public relations, project coordination and journalism. Jasmina Eminić speaks Slovenian, Bosnian, English and German, and is currently learning Arabic and Hebrew.

“The current predicament is exposing serious cracks in Slovenia’s young democracy”

In May, Slovenia was the first European country to declare [...]

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Bosnia-Herzegovina twenty-five years after Dayton: ungovernable, instable, and hungry for change

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the signing of [...]

By |2020-11-09T16:49:06+01:009. November 2020|Categories: Commentaries|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Bosnia-Herzegovina twenty-five years after Dayton: ungovernable, instable, and hungry for change

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