Media and Democratic Control Over the Armed Forces In the Republic Of Serbia
State institutions (all three branches of government) have an important role in democratic control of the armed forces, together with civil society institutions among which the media, referred to as “the fourth branch of government” or “the watchdogs . . .
Building Nations Instead of Peace(s): the Bosnian Metaconflict
The author argues that a significant problem with the ongoing international administration in Bosnia is an epistemic hegemony of the West, which has further deformed Bosnian conflicted society through the establishment of approaches that resemble Western . . .
The Republic of Srpska - Quo Vadis?
The Republic of Srpska (RS BiH) achieved independence within Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1995. Since, numerous questions have arisen regarding the quality of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s sovereignty. In order to offer a transparent analysis of the situation in . . .
Administrative Procedures and Protection of Property Rights in Serbia
Besides the general administrative procedure stipulated in detail in the Law on General Administrative Procedure, there are numerous special administrative procedures in the Republic of Serbia, contained in sectoral laws that regulate certain areas. This . . .
Challenges of Modern Age in the Field of Work-family Reconciliation Policies in Serbia
The challenges faced by modern countries have influenced the change of priorities in social policies and, in this context, also in family-related policies. As we know, labor market opportunities and possibilities for working parents are not solely the reflection . . .
The Globalization of International Society
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