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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 clear and interesting way and following an interdisciplinary-based approach – the conditions for the legal protection of different kinds of ...
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Brexit and the Emergence of Nationalist Narratives in Europe: Creating a New Narrative for the European Union

Sanja Ivić, Senior Research Associate at out Institute has authored the first chapter of the volume Brexit: A Way Forward, that was recently published by Vernon Press and edited by Marcello Sacco. Her chapter is titled Brexit and the Emergence of Nationalist Narratives in Europe: Creating a New Narrative for the European Union. Details of the volume: https://vernonpress.com/book/491 Like this:Like ...
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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 doubt that, in doing so, the country is led by the principles of voluntary cooperation and mutual benefit. However, there ...
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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 first term is perceived as dominant because it is considered to be derived from reason, the fixed notion of identity ...
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