Edition: Lublin 2014
Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) shared a similar fate in former Yugoslav conflicts and international development on the subject of nation building, international intervention and international relations. The two countries now are making an incremental progress towards the EU integration. However, challenges remain in many aspects, including the regional cooperation. This paper aims to look at the Kosovo and Bosnia & Herzegovina relations in last decade or so with the objective to conduct an analysis of the current developments in the region. This paper looks at the political, economic and security cooperation as an amalgamation of inter-dependent relations in the post-Yugoslav context, with all the ethno-political challenges and geo-political burdens.