By branding the 1981 protests as the continuity of “Albanian counterrevolution”, the Yugoslav leadership was in denial about the real problems facing Kosovo: its unequal political status,... Read More
The demographic development in Kosovo is one of the most topical and at the same time one of the most delicate questions that researchers are currently facing.
The ethnic-oriented Dayton constitution and Sejdic-Finci imbroglio is a great example of how the ethnicization of constitutions further divides a post-conflict multi-ethnic society. Turkey and... Read More
TransConflict is pleased to announce that, every Friday, it will be presenting extracts from ‘Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies: A Scholars’ Initiative (Second Edition)’. Charles Ingrao,... Read More