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Владимир Ѓорѓевиќ е доцент д-р на Катедрата за територијални студии на Факултетот за регионален развој и меѓународни студии на Универзитетот Мендел во Брно, Чешка. Тој е исто така во гостин предавач на Факултетот за социјални студии, Универзитетот Масарик, Брно и соработник (Research Fellow) на Институтот за стратешка политика во Братислава, Словачка. Негови особени истражувачки интереси се Западен Балкан, ЕУ интеграција, надворешна политика на САД и човекови права.

Hooligans and Politicians: Can You Tell ‘em Apart?

Vladimir Djordjevic

Vladimir Djordjevic 400x500The Belivuk case again reminds us of the clientelism of the Serbian state, additionally indicating that the Serbian judiciary will forever remain under political influence.

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The Hype over the Srebrenica Resolution

Vladimir Djordjevic

Vladimir Djordjevic

Serbia continues to deny the past, with its elites using the resolution to bash Montenegro while hoping that this move would bring them more popularity back home.

 

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The Unwanted Tag of Being the (Western) Balkans

Vladimir Djordjevic

Vanja Stokic 400x500Let’s face it: the region is in many ways still largely (mis)understood, treated, and referred to internationally as the ‘powder keg of Europe’.

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Maximizing Power and Accumulating Wealth: A typical Balkan story

Vladimir Djordjević

Vladimir Djordjevic 200x250It is no wonder that citizens have little trust in the state institutions when they know that informal practices may actually assist them in resolving the issues they face when dealing with formal state institutions and their rules and norms.

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From Corruption to Clientelism, or Same Ol Same Ol’ in the Western Balkans

Vladimir Djordjevic

Vladimir Djordjevic 200x250How serious is the EU in its efforts to welcome the region in its family?

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