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HELSINKI CHARTER No. 179-180

September - October 2013

EDITOR’S NOTE

By Seška Stanojlović

With this issue printed The Helsinki Charter will be published no longer. As one of longstanding projects of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia, never deviating from its clear-cut editorial policy, the Charter has been issued for almost two decades. We take

this opportunity to thank donor organizations, Norwegian
and Swedish Helsinki Committees and their respective governments in the first place, for having recognized the significance of the magazine’s concept for Serbia’s...

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HELSINKI FILES No. 35

How Susceptible are the Youth to Islamic Extremism

Survey analysis: prof. dr. Vladimir Ilić

Belgrade, May 2016.

The crucial question here is: Are the Muslim youth in Sandžak imbued with religious extremism or not? Hardly any interethnic and inter-religious incident
has been registered in this part of the Republic of Serbia. On the other hand, fighters from Sandžak are being
involved in the Iraqi and Syrian wars. Depending on the answer to the
question above, the authorities could

take appropriate actions aiming at young people in...

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CHRONICLES 33

Conflict in Numbers

Edited by Ewa Tabeau

Casualties of the 1990s Wars in the Former Yugoslavia (1991-1999)

The chronologically earliest demographic
expert report appeared in a court hearing at ICTY in June 2000. The report was related to the missing persons from the

fall of Srebrenica in 1995 and presented in the General KRSTIC
case (IT-98-33). It was authored by...

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MILITARY SECRET

Part Two

Vladan Vlajkovic

I worked in the office of the Chief of the General Staff of the Yugoslav Army (VJ) during the Kosovo crisis, as well as in the
post-war period up to 5 October 2000. I was permitted to

attend the VJ General Staff collegium meetings in my capacity as a technical officer charged with making
recordings and short-hand notes. Having attended such meetings at...

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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...

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