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Bosnian for Foreigners

The Boshnjaks And The Bosnian Language (II)

Part I Boshnjak, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bosnian One of the main problematic issues concerning the ethnolinguistic-statehood reality of the Boshnjaks is the fact that their ethnic, language and state’s names are not having the same terminology as it is championed by the majority of the European nations (ex. Polish nation; Polish state; […]

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Federalism Laboratory Of Belgium (II)

The growing economic, social, linguistic and political gap between Wallonia and Flanders led Belgium during the last decades into instability and segregation of the society along the ethnic lines. It is visible and from the political scene of the country as new regional parties were formed by the Flemish and Walloon sections of the Christian Democrats, the Socialists, and the Liberals.

The Croatian National Revival Movement (1830–1847) And The Serbs (II)

Part I The Illyrian  Movement until the creation of political parties (1841) Certainly, publishing of Lj. Gaj’s Kratka osnova horvatsko-slavenskoga pravopisanja/Die Kleine Kroatische-Slavischen Orthographie in 1830 marked the beginning of the Croatian national revival movement and made Ljudevit Gaj be a leading figure of it. The essential political-national value of […]