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Security and Legal Impacts of Strengthened Border Protection in Western Balkans: Lessons Learned from 2015 to 2016

Institute of European Studies will jointly with the Metropolitan University Prague organize an Advanced Research Workshop project Security and Legal Impacts of Strengthened Border Protection in Western Balkans: Lessons Learned from 2015 to 2016 under the NATO Science for Peace

A Round of March Lectures – Popular Culture and Culture Wars

In March, the Institute of European Studies will organize a round of lectures on topic of popular culture and culture wars. – March 4 – a lecture by Dr Michael Kenkel Cultural Wars in Fragile Democracy: Brasil under Bolsonaro (in

Blagoje Pantelić, Diptych on Christianity and Philosophy, IES, Belgrade, 2019.

The first study [Christian Philosophy: pro et contra] shows how Serbian academic environment of the eighties and later reacted to the reappearance and involvement of Christian thinkers in philosophical life. And the other study [Philosopher and Christianity] personate what a

IES Yearbook 2018-2019

INTRODUCTION In recent years, the Institute of European Studies has undergone major changes. The Institute has become a place recognized in regional as well as wider academic circles as one of the most interesting academic places for meetings, debates, discussions

For One’s Own Good? The Concept and Ethics of Paternalism

The publication For One’s Own Good? The Concept and Ethics of Paternalism brings the abstracts of presentations from the namesake international scientific conference, held 2-4 October 2019 at the Institute of European Studies. For One’s Own Good- The Concept and

Milan Subotić, Forward, to the Past: Studies on the Politics of History in Poland, Ukraine and Russia, Fabrika knjiga, Peščanik, Beograd, 2019.

Forward, to the Past – intro

Miroslav Prokopijević: The Face of Freedom, Toplički centar za demokratiju i ljudska prava and the Institute of European Studies, Prokuplje and Belgrade, 2019.

The intellectual potential, enormous talent and diligence are just a part of a fantastic combinations that made Miroslav so special and different in a cramped world and anxious times, unfavorable to the man of great format. But what made Miroslav

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2018 Global Review of Constitutional Law

The Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston College has recently published the 2018 Global Review of Constitutional Law, a unique resource available to scholars and practitioners of constitutional law and policy around the world. This edition

Miša Đurković, The Right Thought in the XX Century, IK Zorana Stojanovića, Sremski Karlovci and Novi Sad, 2019

The Right Thought in the XX Century is a synthesis of two decades of work by Miša Đurković on the study of this field of political theory. It is the first comprehensive study of the development of various forms of

Igor Novaković, Permanent Neutrality in Europe in the Post-Cold War Period, IES, 2019.

From the Introduction: Since the end of the Cold War the question of neutrality/permanent neutrality as foreign policy and security status of state, a matter “most complex, subtle and complicated in international law”, has been sidelined from the mainstream of

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