Yugoslavs

Yugoslavs or Yugoslavians (Croatian: Jugoslaveni, Serbian and Macedonian Jugosloveni/Југословени; Slovene: Jugoslovani) is a designation that was originally designed to refer to a united South Slavic people. It has been used in two connotations, the first in an ethnic or supra-ethnic connotation, and the second as a term for citizens of the former Yugoslavia. Cultural and political advocates of Yugoslav identity have historically ascribed the identity to be applicable to all people of South Slav heritage, including those of modern Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, and Slovenia. Attempts at uniting Bulgaria into Yugoslavia were however unsuccessful and therefore …

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“Thirty years after breakup of the SFRY: modern problems of relations between …

IE RAS · 21 May 2021 English

“Thirty years after breakup of the SFRY: modern problems of relations between the republics of the former Yugoslavia” RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, INSTITUTE OF ECONOMICS “Thirty years after breakup of …

Internal and external migrations Croats 1% 1% 1% 1% Yugoslavs 5% 4% 0% 0% • Only ex-Yu republic / independant


PLANTING WHEAT AND REAPING DOCTORS - Another Way of Being Argentine T

State University of New York Press · 15 March 2021 English

The fabled Argentine Jewish migratory route from the shtetls of Eastern Europe to the agricultural settlements of the pampas and to the urban centers of the nation gave rise to …

of course there are also Basques, French- men, Yugoslavs, Poles, Syrians, Germans. But what’s fundamental


American - i^isitorical Hs>gociat(on

AHA · 22 July 2020 English

■jrfi pages S , oo A POLISH CHAPTER IN JACKSONIAN AMERICA: The United States and the Polish Exiles of 1831 Jerzy Jan Lerski \ clear picture of the Russian conquest …

Mr. Neal has made a first hand study of the Yugoslavs' policies and problems; he describes in detail


Bookmarks - A manual for combating hate speech online through human rights …

Council of Europe · 14 May 2020 English

This revised edition of Bookmarks reflects the end of the coordination of the youth campaign by the Council Europe. The campaign may be officially over, but the education and awareness-raising …

all the other foreign workers as well, Turks, Yugoslavs and whatever they are called.” “...we don’t like


TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE IN ALBANIA - A Compilation of Papers by Young

OSCE · 20 January 2020 English

THE EFFECTS OF PROPERTY LAWS ON THE PROCESS OF RESTITUTION AND COMPENSATION IN POST-COMMUNIST ALBANIA, UNDER THE FRAMEWORK OF TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE Romina KALI The effects of property laws on the …

different post-communist trajectories where the Yugoslavs were involved in identity-building and ethnic


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IPU · 22 March 2019 English

In the case of the century; ego-networks of individual artist be the way for overcoming the said bias, al- the projects based on the big data process- ARTNET project, it …

began to forge successful Balkans, some 800,000 yugoslavs joined the ing the monarchic period. Although


Cultural Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution Columbia University 2017

ISHR · 19 March 2019 English

As we see the deterioration of the institutions created and fostered after the Second World War to create a climate in which peace and prosperity could flourish in Europe and …

Throughout Yugoslavia, those identifying as Yugoslavs were losing out to the forces of ethnic exclusivity People who had once thought of themselves as “Yugoslavs,” now had a new self- definition as Croat, Serb


EDUCATION IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: WHAT DO WE (NOT) TEACH CHILDREN?

proMENTE Social Research · 13 March 2018 English

Egocentrism and sociocentrism in thinking, that is, treating one’s own perspective as the main one and the conviction that the opinion of the group the pupil belongs to is the …

(RE13) Despite the proclaimed uniqueness of all Yugoslavs, in reality, the Serbian domination was still


FREEDOM IN THE WORLD 2006 T H E A N

Freedom House Europe · 20 January 2018 English

The Freedom in the World 2006 ratings for the Middle East represent the region's best performance in the history of the survey. [...] Likewise, the death of Yasser Arafat—whose autocratic …

Ethnic Groups: Austrian 91.1 percent, former Yugoslavs (4 percent), (includes Croatians, Slovenes, Serbs


Freedom in the World

Freedom House Europe · 19 January 2018 English

Analysts drew early and large implications from the Gulf war and War in the Persian Gulf its outcome: It confirmed the leading role The most notable event in the early …

elections and the impotence of central authorities, Yugoslavs do not have the means to democratically change


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