Beitrńge als Autor:
- From Bosnia and Herzegovina to Northern Kosovo: Coping with the Remaining Impasses in the Western Balkans (aus der Publikation From Bosnia and Herzegovina to Northern Kosovo: Coping with the Remaining Impasses in the Western Balkans)
- Radical movements - a challenge for moderate Balkan-Islam? (aus der Publikation Religi÷ser Extremismus vs. internationale FriedensbemŘhungen)
Esad Heæimoviæ (*1963) made his studies in philosophy and sociology at the University of Sarajevo. He worked as correspondent for "Evening News”, a Belgrade based newspaper with the highest circulation in ex-Yugoslavia, as analyst in "Muslim’s voice”, a Sarajevo based weekly, in the chief of Press office of "Territorial defense" for central Bosnia, as political analyst in the central office and main board of the SDA party. He was political analyst in "Lillian”, the leading national weekly at that time, and since then is journalist for "BH Days”, the most influential weekly in Bosnia and Herzegovina. He reported from several internatio-nal conferences, among these the 8th Summit of Organization of Islamic countries in Teheran in 1997, the conference on "Islamism and European security”, in Aarhus, Denmark, in June 2006, and made a study travel to London and Manchester about British Muslims in 2006. He wrote sev-eral books, articles, and essays, and gives interviews on a regular basis.