2 edition of State and social system of Yugoslavia found in the catalog.
State and social system of Yugoslavia
|Statement||Dušan Jurić, Siniša Pudar.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 2000/03582 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||59 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||00713485|
The Yugoslav state was created after World War I. However, the state was dominated by the Serbs, and a major source of tension was the Croatian wish for greater independence. In Yugoslavia was quickly taken over by German forces, and a bitter conflict. to constitute Yugoslavia as a modern unitary and liberal state. For Serbia, the Yugoslav state became nothing more than a vehicle for Serbian domina-tion, which, in turn, stimulated Croatian national opposition. The first Yugoslav state (–41) was not only unable to pacify internal conflicts and di-lute rigid national ideologies, but its File Size: KB.
important architect of the Yugoslav system of self-governm ent, Edvard K ardelj, noted that Yugoslav pre-w ar electricity production w as 59 tim es below the E uropean average. In terms of the weakness of subjective forces, the Communist Party of Yugoslavia was illegal and underground for more than twenty years, from to This. Yugoslavia (Former) Over the first half of the s, the nation-state of Yugoslavia (formally, the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia) experienced the secession of three its component republics: Slovenia, Croatia, and Bosnia. The latter two of these were bitterly fought over, both by regular troops and against civilians suddenly.
THE ROLE OF ETHNICITY FROM THE BEGINNING OF THE STATE’S CREATION Yugoslavia came into existence in the aftermath of World War I, in , as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes. (Jenkins and Sofos, ,p). The creation of the new state was based on the concept of ethnicity, i.e. thatFile Size: KB. Europe Rethinking the Break-up of Yugoslavia (, p. ) correctly points out that the economic crisis caused constitutional conflict and thus the crisis of the Yugoslav state as such. In order to understand the specific situation at that time, she concludes that growing unemployment pushed the political elite to carry out certain.
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The socio-political system of Yugoslavia (S.F.R. of Yugoslavia Assembly series)Author: Pavle Nikolić. State and social system of Yugoslavia.
Beogradski graficki zavod, January Soft Cover. Used - Good. Item # ISBN: BXEKS Small tear at top edge of first two pages inside.
Else solid & unmarked. Stain at bottom textblock edge does not effect text. A list of books on the Balkans really needs a look at Serbia, and Tim Judah’s book has the telling subtitle “History, Myth and the Destruction of Yugoslavia.” This is an attempt to examine what happened and how it has affected Serbs, rather than just being a tabloid attack.
Yugoslavia's social welfare system nominally provided services for destitute persons and families, physically and mentally handicapped persons, broken families, alcoholics and drug addicts, and elderly persons without relatives to care for them.
Yugoslavia as History is the first book to examine the bloody demise of the former Yugoslavia in the full light of its history. This new edition of John Lampe's accessible and authoritative history devotes a full new chapter to the tragic ethnic wars that have followed the dissolution of Yugoslavia, first in Croatia and Bosnia, and most recently in Kosovo.5/5(1).
49 rows The State Security Service (SDB or SDS, Služba Državne Bezbjednosti or Služba Headquarters: Belgrade. Yugoslavia, former federated country that existed in the west-central part of the Balkan Peninsula from until Yugoslavia included what are now six independent states: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia.
Learn more about Yugoslavia in this article. The idea of a compound state had a history and had inspired South Slav leaders who believed in the benefits of unity.
Inthe kingdom became Yugoslavia, as King Aleksandar changed the. From Quebec to Yugoslavia, the Baltic States to Chechnya, Scotland to Los Angeles, people are willing to defy the holy memory of St.
Abraham Lincoln and "dissolve the Political Bands which have connected them with another.". Gordon and his contributors have rediscovered, dusted off, /5(8). Territorial division of the Kingdom of Yugoslavia, – Division of the former Yugoslavia, – Yugoslavia’s internal borders, – Grain land and rural overpopulation, Ethnic majorities in Bosnia-Hercegovina, Croatia, and Kosovo, File Size: KB.
A Yugoslav Marxist student looks at the achievements of state education under the old Titoist regime and compares it to today’s level of education as the whole system is being gradually privatised.
Although marred by the bureaucratic deformations of the old Titoist regime, it did show the potential that exists from having a fully state run system. the Yugoslav state fostered the exact opposite: the separation of the Yugoslav population into ethnic groups. Why didn’t the Yugoslav federal system work.
The basic defect was its inability to solve the paradoxical relationship between ethnicity and socialism, the two opposing principles of governing the multinational socialist state File Size: KB. After the breakup, the republics of Montenegro and Serbia formed a reduced federative state, Serbia and Montenegro, known officially until as the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY).
This state aspired to the status of sole legal successor to the SFRY, but those claims were opposed by the other former l and largest city: Belgrade. Books shelved as former-yugoslavia: Girl at War by Sara Nović, Safe Area Goražde: The War in Eastern Bosnia, by Joe Sacco, People of the Book b.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The state was ruled by the Serb dynasty of Karađorđević, which previously ruled the Kingdom of Serbia under Peter I from (after the May Overthrow) onward.
Peter I became the first king of Yugoslavia until his death in He was succeeded by his son Alexander I, who had been regent for his l and largest city: Belgrade. You want one book. Here it is: Susan Woodward - Balkan Tragedy. Even though it's been written years ago, it still remains the most profound, overarching, in-depth analysis that explains the origins and workings of the early part of the wars, paying particular attention to economic and social.
Social Movements and Civil War is the first major work that comprehensively bridges Social Movement Theory with the study of civil war. It draws on theoretical rigor and deep empirical insights, providing sophisticated analyses of the wars in Syria, Libya, Yemen and former Yugoslavia.
In June this federation was dissolved, as Montenegro achieved its independence. Serbia, meanwhile, continued as a successor state to the former federation of Serbia and Montenegro. Government.
Serbia’s head of state is the president, who is selected by the National Assembly but whose powers are marginal. Serbia’s parliament consists of members directly elected.
State sovereignty is an inherently social construct. The modern state system is not based on some timeless principle of sovereignty, but on the production of a normative conception which links authority, territory, population (society, nation), and recognition in a unique way, and in a particular place (the state).
The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia is a federal state of voluntarily united and equal peoples and a socialist democratic community based on the powers of the working people and on self-government. The basis of the social-economic system of Yugoslavia is free, associated work with socially owned means of labor, and self-management.of Yugoslavia; Kosovo and Vojvodina were made autonomous provinces within Yugoslavia.
Despite the attempts at a federal system of government for Yugoslavia, Serbia played the leading role in Yugoslavia’s political life for the next 4 decades. Yugoslavia remained independent of the U.S.S.R., as Tito broke with Stalin and asserted Yugoslav.