2 edition of Nation-building in Yugoslavia found in the catalog.
Nation-building in Yugoslavia
Gary K. Bertsch
Written in English
|Series||Sage professional papers in comparative politics|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
The Legal Architecture of Nation-Building: An Introduction Charles H. Norchi Sri Lanka, Yugoslavia, Rwanda, and Afghanistan. In Iraq and Afghanistan, regime change precipitated by foreign state intervention required provoking books by scholars of international political economy that have become standards are FRANCISCited by: 1. The outcome of nation-building in the conflict regions of the West Balkans over the past 15 years has – since the beginning of the disintegration of Yugoslavia – been determined exclusively by the West and principally by the US.
Some former Yugoslav states could be less Yugo-nostalgic than others because they have been more successful in nation-building, suggested Vjeran Pavlakovic, a . In , I published a book called Making a Nation, Breaking a Nation. Literature and Cultural Politics in Yugoslavia (Stanford UP). In the conclusion, the last pages of which are reprinted here, I Author: The Hannah Arendt Center.
This is the first part of the third volume of the four-volume series, a daring project of CEU Press, presenting the most important texts that triggered and shaped the processes of nation-building in the many countries of Central and Southeast Europe. The aim is to confront ‘mainstream’ and seemingly successful national discourses with each other, thus creating a space for analyzing Cited by: 2. James Dobbins' résumé on nation-building is perhaps unmatched in American policy circles. In the s, he served as the Clinton administration's special .
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“Discussing the rise and fall of Yugoslavia from a cultural point of view, that is, how the culture(s) of the country contributed to its formation and to its dissolution, this book leads to an entirely new and more accurate understanding of the tragedy of Yugoslavia.”―Vasa Mihailovich, University of North by: “Igor Stiks traces the genealogy of citizenship in Yugoslavia and the post-Yugoslav states with its numerous legal codifications and extreme political transformations.
This genealogy prepares the ground for a new citizenship of resistance and the promise of a democracy to come in a new Balkans not hypothecated to ethno-nationalist, neoliberal Cited by: 8. Nation-building in Yugoslavia: a study of political integration and attitudinal consensus.
On Novemafter three weeks of intensive negotiations, representatives of the warring parties in the former Yugoslavia finally approved the agreement that became known as the Dayton.
In Aprilthe remaining two federal units, Serbia and Montengrof, formed a new state called the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Out of the nine newly proclaimed independent states, the European Community member states initially only recognized the independence of three - Croatia, Slovenia and by: 1.
Later in the book, she highlights that the end of ‘Yugoslav state socialism’ (96) has been neglected in understanding the Yugoslav situation, and that nation-building and post-war reconstruction requires us to look at the fact that the region was ‘simultaneously post-conflict and post-socialist’ (97).
In an increasingly complex post-Cold War world system, scholars interested in conflict Nation-building in Yugoslavia book conflict resolution must consider a wider collection of variables in drawing conclusions about important security issues. This compendium features 13 original essays that explore the importance of culture and identity with respect to civil-military relations, national security, and nation building.
Mylonas injects international politics into the study of nation-building, building a bridge between international relations and the comparative politics of ethnicity and nationalism. Reviews 'Mylonas deftly combines quantitative analysis of cross-national data with an in-depth study of policies toward non-core groups in Greek Macedonia and Cited by: which focused on how collective remembrance, cultural landscapes, public space, and sites of memory function in the service of symbolic nation-building not only.
during socialist Yugoslavia, but especially in the new post-Yugoslav states. Review of the book: Strategies of Symbolic Nation-Building in South Eastern Europe edited by Pål Kolstø,Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate. The review was published in Studies of Transition States and Societies, Vol.
Some of the Yugoslav successor states have joined, or are about to enter, the European Union, while others are still struggling to define their national borders, symbols, and relationships with neighbouring states.
Igor Stiks new book provides much needed insight into how citizenship developed in Yugoslavia after the First World War and how citizenship eventually affected and was affected by its breakup, and the creation of seven new states after Brand: Bloomsbury Academic.
This book is the first attempt to bridge the divide between studies addressing “economic nationalism” as a deliberate ideology and movement of economic “nation-building,” and the literature concerned with more diffuse expressions of economic “nationness” – from national economic symbols and memories to the “banal” world of product advertising.
arguments was extraordinarily broad, the book is perhaps better remembered for the way its author railed against the new bureaucracy's privilege and material comfort. Members of the new class, Djilas complained, had cheated ordinary citizens by assuming total control, tantamount to ownership, of Yugoslavia's wealth.
In particular, the sustainability of relationships between influential conceptions of traditional community and modern state institutions are central to the contemporary studies of nation-building Author: Sinclair Dinnen. The book Strategies of Symbolic Nation-building in South Eastern Europe, edited by Pål Kolstø, represents an attempt to assess the success of the nation-building processes in South Eastern Europe.
The states analyzed in this book are those of. Iraq poses its own unique challenges, but Mr. Dobbins argues that the nation-building problems there more closely resemble those faced in Bosnia and Kosovo than in Germany. Like the former Yugoslavia, Iraq is a multi-ethnic state that was held together by a dictator.
Like Bosnia and Kosovo, it has a Muslim population. On seeing that the building makes a minor appearance in the Museum of Modern Art’s new exhibition “ Toward a Concrete Utopia: Architecture in Yugoslavia, –,” my first thought was that perhaps the powers that be in Sarajevo will finally consider it for renovation.
Nation Building in Kosovo. Serbian attacks on the American consulate in Banja Luka on Tuesday and the burning of the American embassy in Belgrade last week were ugly but pitiful gestures of spite and impotence. But they were also reminders that nations rarely declare independence without violence of some sort.
Yugoslavism Between the World Wars: Indecisive Nation-Building Pieter Troch Abstract This article examines Yugoslav national programs of ruling political elites and its concrete implementation in education policy in interwar Yugoslavia.
It is argued that at the beginning.Other nation-building efforts, however, have a checkered history--with some successes and many failures. Two recent reports have examined previous U.S. nation-building efforts in hopes of shedding light on what can be accomplished in Iraq.
One is a book titled America's Role in Nation-Building: From Germany to Iraq. It was published in by.Read "Identity and Nation Building in Everyday Post-Socialist Life" by available from Rakuten Kobo. This book explores the function of the “everyday” in the formation, consolidation and performance of national, sub-natio Brand: Taylor And Francis.