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Political system of Yugoslavia.

Parmatma Sharan

Political system of Yugoslavia.

by Parmatma Sharan

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Published by Meenakshi Prakashan in Meerut .
Written in English


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SeriesModern political systems
The Physical Object
Pagination199p.
Number of Pages199
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Open LibraryOL20235208M

rule the Balkans. Yugoslavia’s breakup gave new meaning to the old notion of Balkanization. As communism collapsed, the strategies of the political actors in each of the Yugoslav republics were determined by specific elements of the na-tional question on the one hand, and the search for an exit from the communist system on the Size: KB. NOTE: The information regarding Yugoslavia on this page is re-published from the World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Yugoslavia Government information contained here.

This is an excellent book about a very confused period of recent history, namely: the Yugoslav Wars of the s. There are two problems with the book, neither of which are the fault of the co-authors, Laura Silber and Allan Little: First of all, by , when Yugoslavia: Death of a Nation was published, the last act of Yugoslavia's demise had not yet occurred/5. The First Yugoslavia: Search for a Viable Political System. Hoover Press. ISBN Jović, Dejan (). Yugoslavia: A State that Withered Away. Purdue University Press. ISBN Motyl, Alexander J. (). Encyclopedia of .

The Collapse of Yugoslavia: Background and Summary During the s, Yugoslavia was destabilised by a severe economic and political crisis. It seemed ethnic violence could erupt in the autonomous region of Kosovo, with its large Albanian majority. A key political development was the appointment of Slobodan Milosevic, first as.   a system of socio-economic relations and uniform foundations for a political system which will ensure the common interests of the working class and all working people and the equality of the nations and nationalities; the linking of Yugoslavia’s aspirations with the progressive strivings of mankind.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sharan, Parmatma, Political system of Yugoslavia. Meerut, Meenakshi Prakashan [] (OCoLC) The First Yugoslavia: Search for a Viable Political System.

Alex N. Dragnich. Hoover Press, this book should be used as a high school history mandatory reading. For variety of reasons, there is nor English and neither Serbo-Croatian-Sloven text that comes even close to this short, serious, non aligned and insightful presentation of the deep 4/5(1).

Socio-political system of Yugoslavia. Belgrade: Secretariat of Information of the S.F.R. of Yugoslavia Assembly, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Pavle Nikolić.

This collection of essays offers a comprehensive analysis of the political systems of post-Yugoslav states. The first three chapters constitute a necessary introduction to subsequent analyses of individual states, reflecting on the specificity of the Balkan region, its political history, and the character of political transformations that are still taking place.

This book smashes a popular and simple myth held outside Yugoslavia that the Serbs were pro-Yugoslav and established Yugoslavia and the Croats were pro-Austrian, anti-Serb and anti-Yugoslav. Banac gives a detailed account of how the Yugoslav idea was /5(7).

Party Pluralism or Monism: Social Movements and the Political System in Yugoslavia, [Kostunica, Vojislav] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Party Pluralism or Monism: Social Movements and the Political System in Yugoslavia, Cited by: 2.

In the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia the peoples and the citizens shall realize and safeguard the sovereignty, territorial integrity, security and defense of Yugoslavia, the international relations of Yugoslavia, the unity of the social-economic and political system, the economic unity of the country, the course and coordination of.

In book: Political system of Yugoslavia. book System of the Former Yugoslavia. Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia, Publisher: Berlin: Peter Lang Cite this publication. The Serbian political system is based on the principle of separation of authority between the executive, legislative and judicial.

The holder of legislative authority, the National Assembly – the representative body of members who are elected in direct elections using the proportional electoral system, by voting for the electoral list and.

Extract. Małgorzata Podolak The Political System of Croatia The Development of the Political System Croatia is a parliamentary republic. It was established as a sovereign state in in the wake of Yugoslavia’s dissolution.

The Croatian people are a community that evolved on the basis of common history, culture and language as well as attachment to the same geographical area.

world political system lacks one central power authority that would be superior to individual components, i.e. first of all to states that would consciously determine the form of world p o-Author: Oskar Krejčí.

Yugoslavia: A Multinational Community. Albanian allocate autonomous pi autonomous provinces Bosnia-Herzegovina bourgeoisie Bulga cent Communist Party Communists of Yugoslavia complex liberation national question nationalist nationalities of Yugoslavia nations and nationalitie nations and nationalities onomic political system popu.

ThE pOliTical sysTEm OF Bi h Foreword Bosnia and Herzegovina has arguably one of the most complicated and interesting political systems in the world. The Dayton Peace Agreement managed to end the war in the country after the fall of Yugoslavia (), yet the political process still maintains various levels and divisions.

The book theorises discussions of political graffiti and street art to show different methodological approaches from four perspectives: context, author, the work itself, and audience. It will be of interest to the growing body of literature focussing on (sub)cultural studies in the contemporary Balkans, transitology, visual cultural studies.

6 conclusion: international-national linkages and the political evolution of yugoslavia (pp. ) This study has taken, as it were, three “cuts” at the subject of the interaction of the evolution of the Yugoslav political system and Yugoslavia’s international environment.

In a brilliant analysis of this complex and sensitive national question, Ivo Banac provides a comprehensive introduction to Yugoslav political history. His book is a genetic study of the ideas, circumstances, and events that shaped the pattern of relations among the nationalities of Yugoslavia.

Lepa Brena in the Media Ana Hofman, “Lepa Brena: Repolitization of musical memories on Yugoslavia,” Glasnik Etnografskog instituta, Vol. 60 (): [] As she promoted her comeback, in andshe tried to escape her image of the Yugoslav star. This paper is dedicated to the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (SFR Yugoslavia, hereafter Yugoslavia), [2] a country that was known for its unique system of ‘market socialism’.

Despite retaining a communist one-party political regime throughout its existence ( – ), Yugoslavia was the first socialist country to attempt far-reaching economic : Milica Uvalić. Buy This Book in Print summary Yugoslavia: A State that Withered Away examines the emergence, implementation, crisis, and the breakdown of the fourth (Kardeljs) constitutive concept of Yugoslavia (), and relations between anti-statist ideology of self-management and the actual collapse of state by: An important book on Serbia and former Yugoslavia Published by User, 20 years ago Despite the array of books published on former Yugoslavia in recent years, only few have dealt with Serbia, although politics in Serbia have clearly determined the wars in Croatia, Bosnia and Kosovo/5(2).

Nationalism and Federalism in Yugoslavia, By Sabrina P. Ramet. Read preview. and Montenegro within the political body of Yugoslavia and conceding vast jurisdiction to these republics. Yugoslav politics in the years prior to was correspondingly shaped by a delicate balance of power among the federal units, a balance in which.

On one hand, Yugoslavia's early integration in the global capitalist market (as shown by Susan Woodward's in her influental book Socialist Unemployment: The Political Economy of .The Yugoslavian economic system, combining, as it does, elements of Marxist socialism with many aspects of free enterprise, represents a challenging experiment which is being closely watched by students of economic and political theory.

The system has attracted serious attention in the emerging nations of Asia and Africa and, more recently, in.