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Parties and the party system of Serbia and European integrations
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2008)
The evolution of civil-military relations in FRY/the state union of Serbia and Montenegro
Theoretical speculations and researches on the relations between the civil and the military sectors of society, as well as, between the political and military decision-makers, in a narrow sense, almost regularly appeared ...
Partisan interventions: European party politics and peace enforcement in the Balkans
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2006)
The communicational biblical motive of selfperfection in an ethical reflection on sin, shame, remorse and forgiveness
(Croatian Communicologysts Association, 2014)
The generically determined purposefulness of moral self-perfection of man, as an important paradigm of Christian philosophy, is often illustrated through the Biblical stories which reveal various ethical aspects of sin, ...
Group work with internally displaced (IDP) children and adolescents in the community
(Springer, New York, 2015)
Whose Rights, Whose Return? The Boundary Problem and Unequal Restoration of Citizenship in the Post-Yugoslav Space
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2015)
The paper argues that the right to return should be upheld as one of the political principles for mitigation of the boundary problem in post-conflict societies. Restoration of citizenship pursued through justified politics ...
Monitory democracy online: A case study of two Serbian civic initiatives
(Peter Lang AG, 2015)
The concept of monitory democracy, put forward by John Keane, is used to explain the post-representative phase of democracy. Monitory democracy reflects current democratic developments and the growing importance of oversight ...
State-building and local resistance in Kosovo: Minority exclusion through inclusive legislation
(Elsevier Sci Ltd, Oxford, 2016)
This article focuses on the participation of local citizens in Kosovo in the process of state building and their engagement with the institutions imposed by the international community. While previous literature focuses ...
The expansion of international society after 30 years: Views from the European periphery
(Sage Publications Ltd, London, 2014)
Since its publication three decades ago, Hedley Bull and Adam Watson's The Expansion of International Society has served as the main point of departure for historically informed discussion of how today's states system ...
(Taylor and Francis, 2016)
The dramatic disintegration of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia in the early 1990s, which retrospectively seems to have been almost inevitable, caught both Yugoslav and international scholars and publics by ...