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Jože Mencinger, Philippe Schmitter, Jan Zielonka, Jan Oberg, Heather Grabbe, Jens Reuter, Misha Glenny, Milica Uvalić, Damir Grubiša, Nikolai Mladenov, Vladimir Gligorov, Daniel Daianu, Michael Davenport, Branko Milanović, Aleksandar Pavković, Adam Balcer, Efraim Zuroff, Eduardo Luis Aguirre, Leonid Savin, Diego Fusaro, Jasmina Vujić, Matteo Bonomi, Dejan Jović, Leonas Tolvaišis, Dejan Mihailović, Luca Volonte, Aleksandar Dugin, Elena Ponomareva, Thomas Fleming, Nikita Bondarev, Jim Seroka

The European Elections and the Future of the European Union Project

The institute is starting a three-month project (March – June 2019) The European Elections and the Future of the European Union, dedicaated to monitoring the May elections for the European Parliament, its possible and expected resulst, political debates and consequences for the Union. At the middle of May the institute will organize a two-day conference on that topic, and after ...
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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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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 – configuration, and mimesis 3 – refiguration) will be applied to philosophy of science and to literary and historical texts. It ...
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