Jessica Dedic

Jessica Dedic recently graduated from The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, where she specialized in Conflict Management and Human Security. She wrote her Master's thesis on the effectiveness of EU conditionality in the Western Balkans and has previously worked with the German Mission to the UN as well as UNDP Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Fletcher Forum articles by Jessica Dedic:


In Croatia, a Resurgence of Fascism?

December 19, 2013 by Jessica Dedic
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A modern form of fascism may be taking roots in Croatia. Now is the time for Croatian society to foster inclusion and equality instead of misguided ideas of superiority and national pride.

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Germany’s 2013 Elections: Quo Vadis SPD?

February 28, 2013 by Jessica Dedic
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Germany’s opposition candidate for September’s federal elections, Peer Steinbrück, has had a rocky start to his campaign. Unless he returns to his ideological roots, he will not have a chance of defeating incumbent Chancellor Merkel.

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