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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UN: The United Nations · 1 May 2024 Sindhi

64 p.Transmits 31st report of the Republika Srpska on recent political developments in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Apr. 2024.

(35.56%) Serbs, while the rest were Croats, Yugoslavs, and other minorities. Srebrenica and the Middle


UN: The United Nations · 1 May 2024 Chinese

64 p.Transmits 31st report of the Republika Srpska on recent political developments in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Apr. 2024.

(35.56%) Serbs, while the rest were Croats, Yugoslavs, and other minorities. Srebrenica and the Middle then as “undeclared Muslims”, then “undeclared Yugoslavs”, and from 1971 forward, the religious epithet


UN: The United Nations · 1 May 2024 English

64 p.Transmits 31st report of the Republika Srpska on recent political developments in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Apr. 2024.

(35.56%) Serbs, while the rest were Croats, Yugoslavs, and other minorities. Srebrenica and the Middle


The Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia · 18 April 2024 English

The latest and more significant exodus of Muslim Bosniaks from Sandžak took place during the aggression of the Federal Republic For the mentioned reasons, the arrival of the Ottoman Empire …

the Raška region and Kosovo and Metohija, 247 Yugoslavs, 21 Hungarians, 19 Macedonians, 13 Bulgarians


Foraus: Swiss Forum on Foreign Policy · 25 August 2023 English

Furthermore, by exploring the Swiss cohesion contributions, within the purview of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and SECO (both institutions with equal rights and responsibilities in administering …

in the 1970s and 1980s. “In 1970, some 25,000 Yugoslavs resided in Switzerland. (…) During the 1980s,


ESI: European Stability Initiative · 21 August 2023 English

Photo: Eurozoom “Tolerance is the basis, the fundamental pillar, if you want to make Macedonia a part of Europe,” says Borjan Jovanovski, a Macedonian journalist who has dedicated much of …

Jovanovski was born in Skopje in 1966. Like many ex- B Yugoslavs of his generation born into well-established urban


PILAR: Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar · 19 July 2023 Croatian

It was at this time that the topic of post-traumatic stress disorder received the imprimatur of the American Psychiatric Association, and the delayed arrival of Holocaust studies transformed the history …

War in the Olomouc mausoleum of STR. 233-253 Yugoslavs). Zbornik Janković, I(1), 73–89. HAMERŠAK, F.:


PILAR: Institute of Social Sciences Ivo Pilar · 19 July 2023 English

The idea of Yugoslav or South Slav unification outside of the Habsburg domain started to gain serious momentum only during the 1912–1913 Balkan Wars, and was silenced after the outbreak …

War in the Olomouc mausoleum of STR. 233-253 Yugoslavs). Zbornik Janković, I(1), 73–89. HAMERŠAK, F.:


ETUI: European Trade Union Institute · 5 May 2023 English

This book is of notable interest. It reconstructs the history of the dramatic events of the second half of the 20th century that took place in certain eastern European countries, …

structure and, on the other hand, to use the Yugoslavs’ magic potion to channel the dissatisfaction


CReAM: Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration · 14 April 2023 English

To test whether any differential allocation is observed across the reform, we next include a reform dummy (indicating whether the refugee received residency before or after the reform), and the …

reduced bandwidth, and including Afghans and Yugoslavs (Table A.11). All these estimates are similar after residency, with and without Afghans and Yugoslavs, using different sampling bandwidths around the without Afghans and Yugoslavs (black), and the sample including Afghans and Yugoslavs (red), for different


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