Boundaries of Enlightened Absolutism: Kant and Frederick the Great
This article presents the ambivalent attitude of Immanuel Kant towards Frederick the Great. Although he died before Kant wrote his critical writings in the field of legal and political philosophy, Friedrich left such a strong influence on Kant’s ideas . . .
Pentecostalism as a Form of Protest Movement Against Economic Decline and Tyranny: The Case of Celebration Church in Zimbabwe
In the last decade, citizens of Zimbabwe experienced the worst economic and political crisis of all time, which resulted in the total collapse of the economy. This study sought to examine the role of religion during this period of economic and political turmoil. . . .
"Responsibility to Protect" from Aggression
In this article the author discusses about the relationship between a “Responsibility to protect” doctrine and crime of aggression, advocating further doctrinal development. The R2P doctrine is a new norm based on the idea that sovereignty is not a privilege, . . .
Euroscepticism in Serbia
This article provides an overview of the rise of euroscepticism in Serbia. That rise has had two important incentives. The first incentive has been the recognition of Kosovo’s secession (2008) by most EU countries. The second is making it clear to Belgrade . . .
The European Union, NATO and the “Arab Spring”
In this paper the author analizes political upheavals in Northern Africa and the Near East, trying to investigate their causes and outcomes. The author also compared these protests to earlier Eastern European wave of liberal democratization. Social unrest . . .
How We Introduce Serbia to the World: The Role of Serbian Diaspora in Promoting Serbia Abroad
In the text the author starts from the concept of image in general and then the activity of creating a positive image of the country abroad by analyzing the activity of public diplomacy associated with propaganda towards foreign countries. Considering that . . .
Zoran Petrovic Piroćanac, Anatomie d'une auto-dégradation La Serbie et l'ascension de Slobodan Milosevic (1982 - 1992)
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