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Discusses Serbia s fight for democratic values after the autumn of the Milosevic regime provoked by means of the NATO battle, and after the trauma attributable to the secession of Kosovo. Are the worth platforms of the post-Milosevic period real obstacles of a not on time transition of this kingdom? Seventeen participants from Norway, Serbia, Italy, Germany, Poland and a few different ecu nations lined a large variety of subject matters with a purpose to supply solutions to this question. the themes in their investigations have been nationwide myths and logos, background textbooks, media, movie, faith, inter-ethnic discussion, transitional justice, political celebration agendas and different similar subject matters.

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6 (November/December 2006), pp. 117–131; Marian L. Tupy, The Rise of Populist Parties in Central Europe: Big Government, Corruption, and the Threat to Liberalism (Washington: CATO Institute, 8 November 2006); and Civic 1 Part one:Ideologies minta 44 12/7/10 1:27 PM Dragana Dulić Page 44 Jacques Rupnik, Populism in East-Central Europe (Vienna: Institute for Human Sciences, No. 94; Fall 2006). 25 Sabrina P. Ramet, “The Sirens and the Guslar: An Afterword,” in Sabrina P. 405. 26 Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia.

Nothing less and nothing more. Civic 1 Part one:Ideologies minta 12/7/10 1:27 PM Page 41 Serbia after Milošević: The Rebirth of a Nation 1 In Notes 41 their famous book The Civic Culture, Gabriel A. ” Typical for the “parochial political culture” were systemic and insecure or negative feelings towards the central authorities, with no innate criteria for balancing the relations with them. Gabriel A. Almond and Sydney Verba, The Civic Culture: Political Attitudes and Democracy in Five Nations (Princeton, N.

Princeton University Press, 1963), pp. 23–24. See also fn 8. 2 Nebojša Popov, “Srpski populizam. Od marginalne do dominantne pojave,” in Vreme (Belgrade), no. 35 (24 May 1993); Latinka Perović, Srpsko-ruske revolucionarne veze (Beograd: Službeni list SRJ, 1993); Popov, Srpski socijalisti 19 veka. ), The Road to War in Serbia: Trauma and Catharsis (Budapest–New York: Central European University Press, 2000). 3 Marija Todorova, Imaginarni Balkan, trans. by Marija Starcevic i Aleksandra Bajazetov-Vucen, 2nd ed.

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