The ‘Collective Identities’ of Croatia: Competing, Coexisting, or Converging?

Mare Soetermeer   Long before the outbreak of the Balkan [...]

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Yugoslavian legacy and public discourse: how the countries deal with their socialist pasts

Hadžera Duharkić   The dissolution of the Socialist Federal Republic [...]

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The “Two Schools under One Roof” System: Bosnia’s Challenges to Reconciliation

Just one month ago, the European Commission gave a surprising [...]

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Kosovo citizens can enter the EU without visas from 1 January 2024

In April 2023, the European Parliament approved visa liberalization for [...]

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In spite of 15 years of feted independence Kosovo still faces ramifications of the war

Kosovo's self-proclaimed independence became one of the stages of the [...]

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