Tag: Yugoslavs

Palais Wilson

The 1918 Geneva Conference And The Proclamation Of The Kingdom Of Serbs, Croats, And Slovenes (II)

Part I The political consequences of the 1918 Geneva Conference The London Yugoslav Committee became pushed aside with Geneva negotiations in November 1918 and, in fact, became replaced by the National Council in Zagreb as a representative political organization of the South Slavic population in Austria–Hungary.[i] A political role of […]

Nationalism, Ideology And The Formation Of The Nation-States Among The Yugoslavs

There are many talks about nationalism among the peoples from the former Yugoslavia during the last three decades what is quite understandable taking into consideration the post-Cold War conflicts and atrocities, as a continuation of WWII crimes based on certain political ideologies,[i] committed on the territory of ex-Yugoslavia. Historia est […]

Yugoslavia and nationalism

Nationalism And The Yugoslavs

“Ethnic affiliation has never been forgotten in the territories of the former Yugoslavia. It did play a certain role, and it did influence decisions even during the Tito’s era of strict ‘Brotherhood and Unity’”. Várady T., “Minorities, Majorities, Law and Ethnicity: Reflections of the Yugoslav Case”, Human Rights Quarterly, Vol. […]