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Bring Back the State: New Challenges of Stabilization in the Former Yugoslav Territories

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This article examines the political context of new challenges in stabilization in the Former Yugoslav Territories same as breaking the veil of secrecy in the Former Yugoslav Territories. While debates over the dissolution of Yugoslavia have extended into the spheres of history, education and public space, this article focuses on the principles of apology, reconciliation, international law and on importance of cover-ups in archives, in our region.

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PERIODIKA Serbian Political Thought 1-2/2010 UDK 327:355.1(497.1)“20“ 61-73
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