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25 years after 9/11 – How many Germanies should Europe have?

Anis H. Bajrektarević

For past 15 years, he teaches subjects of Geo-political Affairs, International Law (including Intl. Relations, Law of IOs and EU Law) and Sustainable Development (Institutions and Instruments of). Besides, he served as a pro bono expert to numerous academic institutions, think-tanks and intergovernmental institutions (such as the UN ECE, OSCE, Council of Europe, American Bar, Oxford Academy of Total Intelligence, etc.). He is a Professor and Chairperson Intl. Law & Global Political Studies at the IMC University of Austria.

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originally published on: Modern Diplomacy . Ever since the Peace of Westphalia, Europe maintained the inner balance of powers by keeping its core section soft. Peripheral powers like England, France, Denmark, (Sweden and Poland being later replaced by) Prussia, the Ottomans, Habsburgs and Russia have pressed and preserved the center of continental Europe as their […]

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Political Commission: What can we learn from the past and what does the future hold?

Jakov Bojović

Jakov Bojović

Jakov Bojović holds an MA degree in Public Policy, with specialization in European Public Policy, from Central European University. The title of his MA thesis is „The Role of the Commission in the New Economic Governance of the European Union“. His main research interests are European economic and social governance, role of supranational institutions in EU integration, Europeanisation and EU enlargement. Mr. Bojovic is an author of peer-reviewed research articles published in Serbia, BiH, Hungary and Germany.
Jakov Bojović
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On 1st of November 2014, the new European Commission with Jean-Claude Juncker as President started its mandate. Among the first public events Mr. Juncker chose to attend are the presentation of Helmut Kohl’s book in Frankfurt and a debate with former Commission President Jacques Delors. The two people he decided to meet have, along with […]

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Segregation, Education and Nationalism: Two Schools Under One Roof System in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Zlatko Čustović

Zlatko Custovic studies Nationalism at the Central European University in Budapest.
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.  . Each of these units has a specific demographic structure. Map (1) above shows that the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is mostly composed of Bosniaks (Bosnian Muslims) and Bosnian Croats, while Bosnian Serbs are the majority in Republika Srpska. The District of Brčko on the other hand represents a mixture between Bosniaks and […]

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Does the Ohrid Framework Agreement advance Macedonia’s Nation-Building?

Aleksandar Bogdanoski

Aleksandar Bogdanoski studies European Public Policy at the Department of Politics, University of York. He is interested in European integration, good governance and human rights.
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In his article titled “Transition in Post-Communist States: Triple or quadruple?” Taras Kuzio challenges the concept of ‘triple transition’ of post-communist societies by arguing for the existence of a ‘quadruple transition’, separating the questions of stateness and the nationhood as ‘conceptually and historically different processes’ (Linz and Stepan, Problems of Democratic Transition and Consolidation 1996). The […]

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Teorijska razmatranja o pojmu međunarodne zajednice

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Dileme o postojanju međunarodne zajednice ili međunarodnog društva su sve prisutnije u intelektualnim raspravama, jer različiti teorijski pravci u okviru zajednice različito posmatraju i definiraju subjekte i činioce te zajednice. Tako u okvirima realizma i neorealizma strukturu međunarodne zajednice čine države, dok po liberalizmu, neoliberalizmu, institucionalizmu i konstruktivizmu strukturu međunarodne zajednice čine svi legitimni subjekti […]

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Umesto komentara – Izuzeta prava

Aida Džanović

Aida Džanović holds an MA in Political Science from the University of Sarajevo. The title ofher thesis is“European migration policy and the position of migrant workers from the Third world countries in the EU (case: BiH workers in Slovenia)”. Aida works as a researcher and a collaborator on many international and regional projects. She is an author of many research articles published in BiH and Serbia. Aida has organized and presented on many international conferences, took part in international seminars and summer schools. Focus of her research is the European migration policy from the viewpoint of the theory of biopolitics.
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 … U martu mesecu tekuće godine, jedna mala grupa ‘društvenjaka’, okupila se oko regionalnog politheor projekta. Projekat okuplja studente osnovnih, master, doktorskih studija, aktiviste i istraživače, a princip kojim se vodimo jeste svake nedelje kandidovati po jednu, društveno aktuelnu temu, na koju razmenjujemo mišljenja i komentare. Ove nedelje na red je došla vrlo živa tema: […]

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Humanitarna intervencija i državni suverenitet

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O pojmu suvereniteta do danas su se razvila i formulisala mnoga mišljenja i teorije, no, prvi tragovi upotrebe ovog pojma sežu do rimskog carstva, i u daleku 1576. godinu kada je Žan Boden u svom fundamentalom djelu Šest knjiga o republici, iskovao i razvio pojam suvereniteta kao glavnu temu političkog i pravnog mišljenja. U tim […]

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Multikulturalizam i (dez)integracija : Osvrt na evropske rasprave o dometima multikulturalnog građanstva

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Uvodna skica problema Multikulturalizam se danas, barem prema mišljenju sve brojnijih kritičara, nalazi na samrtnoj postelji, bez mnogo prijatelja koji će ga oplakivati. Premda se, na prvi pogled, može učiniti da se raspoloženje javnosti „preko noći” okrenulo protiv nekadašnjeg miljenika savremene političke teorije i evropskih javnih politika, važno je naglasiti da kritika multikulturnih ideja i […]

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EU’s grinding of Balkan claws: Pejorative linguistic connotations at EU enlargement to Western Balkans

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INTRODUCTION Three years ago I took part in a youth exchange in Subotica, Vojvodina, Serbia where future challenges and opportunities of Western Balkans’s EU membership were the main issue. Slovenia was already the EU member and I pointed out some critical approaches to the topic. When naming EU as a kind of mythological community, my […]

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