The February 2014 protests in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BiH) have highlighted a crisis which is more than social and economic. The paper summarizes the latest events in the BiH political scene in the context of the failing EU integration process, debating the different stances about renewed international engagement in the country. It argues that the Dayton system, which brought war to an end in 1995, needs reshaping and that the recent protests could represent the emergence of a new political actor, ready to move the country out of ethnic quagmire
Andrea Oskari Rossini attended the Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI) after earning his Political Science degree at the University of Milan. A journalist and documentary-film maker, he joined Osservatorio Balcani e Caucaso in 2002.