State and USAID: Bosnia and Herzegovina’s (BiH) progress toward Euro-Atlantic integration—and the democratic, economic, and security commitments such integration entails—is essential to the broader stability of the Western Balkans. However, well after the end of fighting in the country, BiH remains ethnically fractured and politically unstable, with a limited capacity to administer itself efficiently. It continues to lag behind most of its neighbors on progress toward North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and European Union (EU) integration and on implementing economic and political reforms. U.S. assistance will help BiH pursue its Euro-Atlantic future by assisting the country in making the necessary reforms and addressing some of the challenges that have hindered its NATO and EU accession. U.S. programs seek to bolster and irreversibly entrench a multi-ethnic democracy that safeguards the rights of all citizens, values tolerance and diversity, and enables women, youth and minorities to flourish. U.S. assistance also continues to support effective government institutions and civil society, which enable active citizen involvement and combat corruption; effective and accountable law enforcement, judicial, and prosecutorial systems that uphold the rule of law; an integrated military that meets security needs and NATO membership goals; and an economic space that fosters private sector development and provides opportunity for all citizens. Continued U.S. assistance and active engagement will be crucial in order for BiH to make progress on its integration goals and to ensure stability. (Source: Congressional Budget Justification FY 2014)
World Bank Statistics
|Per Capita Income (2011)||$4,780.00
|Annual % Population Growth (2011)||($0.21)%
|% Urban Population (2011)||$48.27%
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