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THE BIRTH AND DEATH OF YUGOSLAVIA AND
CZECHOSLOVAKIA

Developing polypeitharchic history

Srđan M. Jovanović

A third of my adult life I have lived in what used to be
known as the capital of Yugoslavia, Belgrade. The second third I have spent in what was known as Czechoslovakia, in the Moravian city of Olomouc.

Yet both countries came into existence and ceased to exist within the 20th century. Many would say that similarities
were aplenty. Both countries were formed in the immediate aftermath of the Great War (though Yugoslavia was initially called the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes), both suffered immensely during World War II, both endured almost half a century of Communist rule, both expired by
the end of the century...   Acrobat PDF (2.73mb) >>>

 

Studies No. 17

THE WARP OF THE SERBIAN IDENTITY:
ANTI-WESTERNISM, RUSSOPHILIA, TRADITIONALISM...

Belgrade, 2016

The problem of national identity especially troubles unfinished nations and the countries wherein ethnicity and statehood do not overlap or, moreover, wherein the discrepancy between the two is too large. In historical

perspective, national identities have emerged from communities the members of which would protect at all costs; the same as their leaders they took their major responsibilities were – national. What was probably inevitable once is not enough today. In a world of globalization people belong to many imagined
communities – local, regional, constitutional, national or cosmopolitan – that are...   Acrobat PDF (1.44mb) >>>

 

WOMEN’S COURT:
ABOUT THE PROCESS

Women in Black

Belgrade, May 2015

The texts in this publication have undertaken the difficult task of presenting the
complex process of
establishing, bringing together and finally
organizing Women’s Court for the successor countries
of SFR Yugoslavia.
Following the premise...
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THE PARLIAMENTARY
SYSTEM IN SERBIA
1903–1914

By Olga
Popović-Obradović

Translated by Branka Magaš

Parliamentarism never became deeply rooted in Serbia, not because there wasn’t enough time for this to happen, but because of the insurmountable...
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Publisher - The Norwegian
Helsinki Committee

YUGOSLAVIA’S
IMPLOSION

by Sonja Biserko

This is a courageous book, in which the author indicts a large portion of her society, and most especially
politicians, for aggressive nationalism. This, she argues, has been the...
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SELECTED ESSAYS (2)

Young Authors

HCHRS

This is the second
collection of selected
essays by the authors who att ended the courses and seminars the Helsinki Committ ee for Human
Rights in Serbia organized in 2005. Within the tree...
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SELECTED ESSAYS (1)

by young authors

HCHRS

This is the first collection of selected essays by the authors who attended the...
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MINORITIES IN SERBIA, 2000

HCHRS

It is widely known that interethnic relations in markedly multinational...
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WORKERS AND TRADE UNIONS IN SERBIA, 2000

HCHRS

Published 2000
Language Serbian and English, ISBN 86-7208...

 

RADICALISATION OF THE SERBIAN SOCIETY

Collection of Documents

HCHRS

Radicalization of the
political scene in Serbia...
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