Posts Tagged: Yugoslavia
In 1990, the large national debt, stagnation, and Serbian nationalism threatened to tear apart the Yugoslav state.
A Syrian national who fought in Bosnia and now languishes in an immigration detention center reflects on the Bosnian war, his predicament, and the civil war in Syria.
For many the decomposition of Yugoslavia into its constituent republics in the early 1990s was anything but smooth.
During global protests in 1968, Yugoslavian youth protested communist privileges and economic inequalities.
There was a very peculiar alliance between the punk music scene and the intellectuals, who tried to justify the appearance of this punk music.
How Slobodan Milosevic quietly stoked sectarian bloodshed even as he wrapped himself in the Yugoslavian flag.
Fifteen years after the massacre at Srebrenica and the height of the Bosnian War, what has that conflict taught us?
A decade after the United States bombed their country, Serbs are still dealing with the after-effects of the war.
An interview on anti-Americanism, Islam, and Istanbul.
Deyan Kiuranov discusses nationalist movements and desegregation in the context of the former Yugoslavia.