Author: N.A
Publisher: N.A
Category: Social history
Page: N.A
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Essential 25000 English-Slovenian Law Dictionary

Author: Nam H Nguyen
Publisher: Nam H Nguyen
Page: 4906
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a great resource anywhere you go; it is an easy tool that has just the words you want and need! The entire dictionary is an alphabetical list of Law words with definitions. This eBook is an easyto- understand guide to Law terms for anyone anyways at any time. velik vir kjerkoli gremo; to je preprosto orodje, ki ima samo besede, ki jih želite in potrebujete! Celoten slovar je abecedni seznam besednih besed z definicijami. Ta e-knjiga je enostaven in razumljiv vodnik po zakonskih določilih za vsakogar v vsakem trenutku kadar koli.


pretpostavke konstituiranja ovog fenomena u Bosni i Hercegovini
Author: Enver Demirović
Publisher: N.A
Category: History
Page: 220
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The Nonconformists

Culture, Politics, and Nationalism in a Serbian Intellectual Circle, 1944-1991
Author: Nick Miller
Publisher: Central European University Press
ISBN: 9789639776135
Category: History
Page: 380
View: 375
Nick Miller argues in this provocative study that to comprehend Yugoslavia's collapse, we must examine the development and nature of Serbian nationalism, and the typical approaches will not suffice. Serbia's national movement of the 1980s and 1990s, Miller suggests, was not the product of an ancient, immutable, and aggressive Serbian national identity; nor was it an artificial creation of powerful political actors looking to capitalize on its mobilizing power. In examining the work of three influential Serbian intellectuals, Miller argues that cultural processes are too often ignored in favor of political ones; that Serbian intellectuals did work within a historical context, but that they were not slaves to the past; that Serbian history is not a continuous reiteration of static themes. His subjects are Dobrica Cosic (a novelist), Mica Popovic (a painter) and Borislav Mihajlovic Mihiz (a literary critic). These three men were part of a circle of friends who began the postwar with (mostly!) open minds about the promise of the new communist order and who wound up by 1974 as inveterate opponents of the regime and nationalists. Together, the work of these men indicates that nationalism was more than a tool for cynical and needy politicians, and less an ancient bequest than an unsurprising response to real conditions in Tito's Yugoslavia. Book jacket.

Revolutionary Totalitarianism, Pragmatic Socialism, Transition

Volume One, Tito's Yugoslavia, Stories Untold
Author: Gorana Ognjenović,Jasna Jozelić
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137597437
Category: History
Page: 242
View: 412
This book, the first of two volumes, challenges decades of superficial and selective rhetoric about Tito’s Yugoslavia. The essays explore some of the gaps in the existing descriptions of the country that have existed for decades. Contributors cover a range of topics including the abolition of the multi-party system, nonalignment, and the 1968 reinforcing position among others.

Svetozar Markovic and the Origins of Balkan Socialism

Author: Woodford McClellan
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400875854
Category: History
Page: 322
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Svetozar Markovic, the first genuine socialist in the Balkans, was founder of the Serbian cooperative movement, social reformer, literary critic, polemicist, political leader, and father of Balkan socialist journalism. Mr. McClellan's study, based upon original Russian and Serbian sources, is both an intellectual biography and an historical and theoretical analysis of the development of Serbian socialism; as such it supplants the two standard but biased accounts written some years ago in Serbian by Skerlic and Jovanovic. Using the career of Markovic as a vehicle, the author examines the intellectual pressures and conflicts which tormented the Balkan educated classes in the 19th century. He shows how, in this atmosphere of change, Markovic became the herald of a new age, as he sought to revitalize the ancient communal institutions of the Balkan states and combine in his philosophy the influence of Marxism, Russian revolutionary democracy, and Serbian communal tradition. Originally published in 1964. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Russia’s Changing Economic and Political Regimes

The Putin Years and Afterwards
Author: Andrey Makarychev,Andre Mommen
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135006946
Category: Business & Economics
Page: 352
View: 9471
The book reveals the interconnection between social, cultural and political protest movements and social and economic changes in a post-communist country like Russia still dominated by bureaucratic rulers and "oligarchs" controlling all basic industries and mining activities. Those interests are also dominating Russia’s foreign policy and explain why Russia did not succeed in becoming an integral part of Europe. The latter is, at least, wished by many Russian citizens.

Javnost Svetozara Markovića

Author: Živomir Spasić
Publisher: N.A
Category: Javnost (Newspaper)
Page: 133
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Komunikacija i javnost

Author: Zorica Tomić
Publisher: N.A
Category: Communication
Page: 215
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Javnost in nesreče

obveščanje, opozarjanje, vplivanje
Author: Mihael Kline,Marko Polič,Vlasta Zabukovec
Publisher: Znanstveni Institut Filozofske Fakultete
Category: Civil defense
Page: 227
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Ilindenskoto vostanie i meǵunarodnata javnost

Author: Hristo Andonov-Poljanski
Publisher: N.A
Category: Macedonia
Page: 593
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Javnost i demokratija

Author: Ljubomir Tadić
Publisher: N.A
Category: Public opinion
Page: 181
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Javnost i propaganda

narodna fronta u politici i kulturi Hrvatske, 1945.-1952
Author: Katarina Spehnjak
Publisher: N.A
Category: Communism
Page: 316
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The Myth of Ethnic War

Serbia and Croatia in the 1990s
Author: V. P. Gagnon, Jr.
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 0801468876
Category: History
Page: 240
View: 8582
"The wars in Bosnia-Herzegovina and in neighboring Croatia and Kosovo grabbed the attention of the western world not only because of their ferocity and their geographic location, but also because of their timing. This violence erupted at the exact moment when the cold war confrontation was drawing to a close, when westerners were claiming their liberal values as triumphant, in a country that had only a few years earlier been seen as very well placed to join the west. In trying to account for this outburst, most western journalists, academics, and policymakers have resorted to the language of the premodern: tribalism, ethnic hatreds, cultural inadequacy, irrationality; in short, the Balkans as the antithesis of the modern west. Yet one of the most striking aspects of the wars in Yugoslavia is the extent to which the images purveyed in the western press and in much of the academic literature are so at odds with evidence from on the ground."—from The Myth of Ethnic War V. P. Gagnon Jr. believes that the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s were reactionary moves designed to thwart populations that were threatening the existing structures of political and economic power. He begins with facts at odds with the essentialist view of ethnic identity, such as high intermarriage rates and the very high percentage of draft-resisters. These statistics do not comport comfortably with the notion that these wars were the result of ancient blood hatreds or of nationalist leaders using ethnicity to mobilize people into conflict. Yugoslavia in the late 1980s was, in Gagnon's view, on the verge of large-scale sociopolitical and economic change. He shows that political and economic elites in Belgrade and Zagreb first created and then manipulated violent conflict along ethnic lines as a way to short-circuit the dynamics of political change. This strategy of violence was thus a means for these threatened elites to demobilize the population. Gagnon's noteworthy and rather controversial argument provides us with a substantially new way of understanding the politics of ethnicity.

Modernism: The Creation of Nation-States

Discourses of Collective Identity in Central and Southeast Europe 1770?1945: Texts and Commentaries, Volume III/1
Author: Ahmet Ersoy,Maciej G¢rny,Vangelis Kechriotis
Publisher: Central European University Press
ISBN: 9637326618
Category: Political Science
Page: 486
View: 8658
Notwithstanding the advantages of physical power, the struggle for survival among societies is not merely a matter of serial armed clashes but of the nation's spiritual resources that in the end always decide upon the victory. In Europe, there indeed exist independent countries, insignificant from the point of view of the entire civilization, and born by sheer coincidence, yet, this coincidence, this fancy, or diplomatic ploy that created them can just as easily bring them to an end---the nations that count in the political calculations are only the enlightened ones. Therefore, our nation should not merely grow in power, strengthen its character, and foster in people the feeling of love for homeland, but also---inasmuch as it is possible---breath the fresh breeze of humanity's general progress, feed it to the nation, absorb its creative energy. Until now, we have trusted and lived only in the weary conditions, conditions devoid of health-giving elements---now, as a result the nation's heart beats too slowly and its mind works too tediously. We ought to open our windows to Europe, to the wind of continental change and allow it to air our sultry home, since as not all health comes from the inside, not all disease comes from the outside.