The article examines demands for gender parity in political representation and the ways in which they respond to the frequent charges of essentialism implicit to such demands. The first part addresses arguments that have tried to avoid evoking the difference between men and women by simply appealing to justice between sexes.
In this paper I aim to revisit and add my own contribution to the theory of the spectacle by comparing Guy Debord’s model of the spectacle introduced in his book “The Society of the Spectacle” with a new type of spectacle – the spectacle of fear, here epitomized by the 9/11.
A distinctive Albanian character is present in shaping of Kosovo’s statehood. The official politics of history and identity diminish the importance of other ethnic communities and focuses on Albanian mythology, represented by mixture of contemporary and historical personalities, events, places and memories.
According to the essential part of its constitutional makeup (1974 Constitution) the Socialist Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina (B-H) was defined as an entity of three constitutional, sovereign and mutually equal peoples: Croats, Serbs and Muslims (Bosniaks). Such a political and legal model was meant to ensure full protection of national interests of all three peoples...
This paper will show the development of bilateral relations between the European Union and the countries of South Caucasus (Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia)...
The USSR intervention in Afghanistan from 1979 to 1989 and the current Allied US-led intervention in the same country have many different characteristics but also a lot of common features. The causes and the final goals for setting them in motion differ as much as their initial approaches but with the passage of time they have both grown into counterinsurgency operations.
Book Review: Fran Markowitz: Sarajevo: A Bosnian Kaleidoscope