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Category: Studies and monographs

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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Ivan Čulo, Personalism and Universal Declaration of Human Rights, IES, 2019.

The monograph Personalizam i Univerzalna deklaracija o ljudskim pravima (Personalism and Universal Declaration of Human Rights) written by Ivan Čulo has just been published by the Institute of European Studies. This work analyzes and points to the significance and contribution

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Gordana Đerić, Dictionary of Redundant Words, Zlatno runo and IES, 2019

Gordana Đerić’s Rečnik suvišnih reči (Dictionary of redundant words) has been published in cooperation with the Zlatno Runo publishing company from Belgrade and the Institute of European Studies, Belgrade. Rečnik suvišnih reči is formally a work of encyclopedic lexicography, a

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Intellectual Property Law and Digital Transformation: Some Current Issues

The monograph Intellectual Property Law and Digital Transformation – Some Current Issues written by Uroš Ćemalović has just been published by the Institute of European Studies. On its more than 200 pages, this study aims to present – in a

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Sanja Arežina, China in Europe

At the time when the world is closely watching the rise of the PR China’s power on the international stage, the mechanisms employed by Beijing to position itself economically and politically in faraway regions attracts particular attention. There is no

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Sanja Ivić, EU Citizenship: Towards a Postmodern Conception of Citizenship?

The modern liberal idea of citizenship is constructed by a fixed notion of identity which gains meaning through a number of binary oppositions, such as we/ they, citizen/ foreigner, self/ other and so forth. Defined by these binaries, where the

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Sanja Ivić, Paul Ricoeur’s Idea of Reference: The Truth as Non-Reference

This book investigates the importance of Ricoeur’s hermeneutics and poetics in rethinking humanities. In particular, Ricoeur’s insights on reference as refiguration and his idea of interpretation as a triadic process (which consists of mimesis 1 – prefiguration, mimesis 2 –

Tell Me a Story of Serbia and the European Union

“The European Union will dissolve the moment Serbia is finally ready to join it” – is this just one in a string of jokes in the streets of Belgrade or a prophecy that is turning into reality? Why Serbia, unlike

A Possible Europe and the Years Before Us

… With Brexit, Europe enters the period of deeper transformation that could be compared with great changes in the nineties of the last century that have drastically reshaped the European geopolitical landscape. Thus far, Brexit had no domino effect, even

Traders and Heroes: Patriotic Rumifications

The Institute and the Society for Economic History have just published a translation of famous and controversial classic written by Werner Sombart in 1915, Heroes and Merchants: Patriotic Rumifications (Händler und Helden: patriotische Besinnungen). Book is translated to Serbian by

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