“FAULT LINES”: GENERATOR OF INSTABILITY OF THE POSTYUGOSLAV BALKANS
The Balkans is a specific European region primarily because of its ethno-civilizational heterogeneity and geopolitical importance. In this context, it is often considered a “subcontinent” whose differentia specifica is instability and conflict. Both the . . .
STRUCTURALISM AND POST-STRUCTURALISM: THEORETICAL TENSIONS AND DIMENSIONS
This paper compares and critically examines the most important features of structuralism and post-structuralism as two extremely important theoretical orientations for understanding current social and political reality in genere. In this regard, the following . . .
THE FALL OF DEMOCRACY AND BIRTH OF THE NEO-IMPERIAL TYPE OF CITIZENS
This paper represents a critical analysis of the position of the citizen in the contemporary democratic society. There is also a necessity for the analysis of the process of weakening social and political engagement of citizens. The main goal of this paper . . .
ALIENATED MAN (WORKER) OF THE POSTHUMANISTIC CAPITALISTIC EPOHE – THE PERSPECTIVE OF NIETSZCHE AND MARX
Although they differ in approach, it is fundamental that both Marx and Nietzsche simply want to encourage and empower humanity to stand up and fight for themselves and the world around them. The aim of the paper is to show that Marx and Nietzsche, thinkers . . .
ASSURANCE GAME IN LARGE GROUPS
I look into assurance games in large groups (more than two players). After discussing a typical two-player example, I show the differences between the game in smaller and larger groups by focusing on the assurance that all the members of the collective will . . .
THE DESTABILIZATION OF PARTY SYSTEMS AND THE RISE OF POPULISM IN THE COUNTRIES OF THE FORMER SFRY
This paper explores the impact of the rise of populism on party systems in the countries of the former SFRY. The expected outcome of the survey was that the destabilization of party systems was caused by the rise of populism among the most important political . . .
TOWARDS A CONCEPTUALISATION OF RESILIENCE IN SECURITY STUDIES
Resilience has become a catchword in academic and professional discourse due to, implicit or explicit, acceptance of traditional approaches to prevention and preparation. Derived from the Latin verb “resilire” – to jump back, currently mainly signifies . . .
“FAKE NEWS” OR DISINFORMATION: (SELF)REGULATORY FRAMEWORK AND CHALLENGES IN PRACTICE
“Fake news”, or disinformation, as a phenomenon and as a term is being overused lately. In parallel, there is no consensus what does this term mean neither in media theory nor in media law. In the meantime, “fake news”, especially online spread disinformation, . . .