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For Croatia and Its Neighbors, Teachable Moments on Ethics in Politics

For Croatia and Its Neighbors, Teachable Moments on Ethics in Politics

Accused of a conflict of interest, Croatia’s Karamarko Instigates the Fall of the Oreskovic Government, inflicting a severe blow to his party and his political future.

Peace and Reconciliation in the Balkans: Croatia vs. Serbia

Peace and Reconciliation in the Balkans: Croatia vs. Serbia

Reconciliation is a slow process but when there is political will, changes can occur and victims can eventually get redress through justice, truth and memory.

Citizenship in the Post-Yugoslav States: States, Nations, Rights

Citizenship in the Post-Yugoslav States: States, Nations, Rights

In the post-Yugoslav laboratory, different aspects of the regulation of membership have been adapted to strengthen the rule of an ethnic community or political faction.

Review – Balkan Genocides: Holocaust and Ethnic Cleansing

Review – Balkan Genocides: Holocaust and Ethnic Cleansing

Mojzes’ analysis of Balkan genocides of the 20th Century imparts vital facts on mass violence, but is dented by insufficient knowledge of legal frameworks.

Review – Secessionist Movements and Ethnic Conflict

Review – Secessionist Movements and Ethnic Conflict

Beata Huszka employs discursive frames to examine the different political motivations of secessionist movements across the globe, however fails to recognise the limitations of such a universalistic approach.

Review – Citizenship after Yugoslavia

Review – Citizenship after Yugoslavia

The demise of Yugoslavia gave rise to the creation of new nation-states, whose emerging ‘citizenship regimes’ are analysed in this collection to ascertain their origins and shortcomings.

The Triumph of the Nation-State: Reflections on Yugoslavia Twenty Years After

The Triumph of the Nation-State: Reflections on Yugoslavia Twenty Years After

Twenty years ago, the country known until then as Yugoslavia plunged into war. Over the next decade, a succession of armed conflicts on the territory of the “former Yugoslavia” would recurrently make headlines. The wars spelled the end not just of a multinational state, but of any prospect of a viable multinational society at a local level.

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