About N. Hodžić

Nadina Hodžić is a student of Political Sciences and International Relations, with a specialisation in International Law. She is currently completing her dual bachelor’s degree at Sarajevo School of Science and Technology and the University of Buckingham. Previously, she has worked in NGO sector in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a journalist and youth worker. Her fields of interests include geopolitics with emphasis on Eastern Europe and international law in post-conflict reconstruction.

Architectural historical heritage of Austria-Hungary and Ottoman Empire in Sarajevo

Being a part [...]

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Russians in Latvia: between integration policies and minority rights

Considering its history and geopolitical position, Latvia can easily be [...]

By |2021-04-15T12:43:34+02:0012. April 2021|Categories: Research|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Russians in Latvia: between integration policies and minority rights

Light at the end of the smog-filled tunnel?

The necessity of environmental protection became increasingly important in 21st [...]

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The EU in Western Balkans: Cases of Albania and North Macedonia

In the aftermath of Brexit, European Union was left with [...]

By |2020-11-23T17:19:48+01:0023. November 2020|Categories: Essays|Tags: , , , , , , |Comments Off on The EU in Western Balkans: Cases of Albania and North Macedonia

Revisiting the idea of Mini-Schengen: gamesmanship or true breakthrough?

Three Western Balkan states saw the inauguration of so-called Mini-Schengen [...]

By |2020-10-30T14:47:46+01:005. November 2020|Categories: Background Knowledge|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on Revisiting the idea of Mini-Schengen: gamesmanship or true breakthrough?

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