Branko Nadoveza

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PERIODICS

COMMUNIST LEGAL AND POLITICAL DESTRUCTION OF KOSOVO AND METOHIJA 1944-1990.

The destruction of Kosovo and Metohija from Serbia began with some more attitudes from the Serbian social democratic movement and continued in the communist movement, which treated Kosovo as an occupied territory by the Serbian bourgeoisie. This destruction began with the Decision of the Fifth National Conference of the CPY in Zagreb in 1940, and then more specifically continued with various political and legal acts in 1944 and 1945, with the creation of autonomous provinces within Serbia. The 1974 constitution marked the beginning of the process of excluding Kosovo from Serbia, when it took over the powers of the republic and became a "constitutive element" of the Yugoslav federation. It was only at the end of the 1980s that the Serbian political leadership returned Kosovo and Metohija to Serbia as part of its legal and political structure, reducing it to autonomy.

PERIODICS

MILOVAN MILOVANOVIĆ AS A DIPLOMAT

Milovan Milovanovic was one of the most successful and educated Serbian politicians and diplomats in its history. He is the creator of the Balkan Alliance, which liberated Southern and Old Serbia. He was for an inviolable alliance with Russia and for a pragmatic relationship with the Western powers. Milovan Milovanovic is primarily the creator of the Balkan Alliance, Serbia's greatest diplomatic success. He led Serbia's rational and pragmatic foreign policy and its diplomacy. He realized that Serbia could not stand alone against the Western powers, especially against Austria-Hungary. Therefore, he turned definitely to the Eastern question and the liberation of Old and Southern Serbia. He considered relations with Bulgaria crucial for the Balkan Alliance and was in favor of maximum concessions to Bulgaria. As a politician and diplomat, he pursued a combination of war and peace. He believed that Serbia had only one friend - Russia. His untimely death deprived Serbia of a remarkable politician in later tumultuous events.

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