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Building Impossible States? State-Building Strategies and EU Membership in the Western Balkans
SINCE THE EARLY 2000S THE EU HAS EMERGED AS THE PRIMARY ACTOR in state building in the Western Balkans. Based on a dual strategy of state building and European integration, the EU has sought toExpand
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The Serbian Opposition and Civil Society: Roots of the Delayed Transition in Serbia
The article discusses the reasons for the ten-year delay in the democratic transition in Serbia, focusing in particular on opposition parties and civil society. It argues that the policy ofExpand
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The sequence of the genome of adenovirus type 5 and its comparison with the genome of adenovirus type 2.
We report the sequence of 7558 nucleotides of the adenovirus type 5 genome. With this sequence and previously published data, the complete sequence of this genome is now available and can be comparedExpand
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Patterns of competitive authoritarianism in the Western Balkans
ABSTRACT The countries of the Western Balkans during the 1990s were dominated by competitive authoritarian regimes that combined multi-party elections with nationalist rhetoric and the privatisationExpand
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Partial Implementation, Partial Success: The Case of Macedonia
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Global Nationalism in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • F. Bieber
  • Medicine
  • Nationalities Papers
  • 27 April 2020
The article outlines the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on nationalism around the world. Starting from the premise that nationalism is a global and ubiquitous idea in the contemporary world, itExpand
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Nationalist Mobilization and Stories of Serb Suffering: The Kosovo myth from 600th anniversary to the present
This article focuses on how the myth of the Kosovo battle of 1389 was resurrected as part of the nationalist revival in Serbia in the later 1980s, and the different ends to which it was put duringExpand
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