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'Must Will Peace': The British Brokering of 'Central European' and 'Balkan Locarno', 1925-9
This article examines the British attempt to use the momentum created after the conclusion of the Locarno Agreements of October 1925 to promote a similar settlement in Central Europe among the Little Entente countries and ...
The Italo–Yugoslav Conflict over Albania: A View from Belgrade, 1919–1939
(Diplomacy & StatecraftDiplomacy & Statecraft, 2014)
After the Great War, Yugoslavia found her most dangerous enemy in Italy, which made every effort to destabilise its Adriatic neighbour—Albania played an important role in this policy. This analysis examines the Yugoslav ...
Diplomacy and Loans: the Foreign Office, Economic Reconstruction, and Security in South-Eastern Europe in the 1920s
(Taylor & Francis Group, 2012)
This article embarks on the discussion of tensions between political and financial strands of British policy towards two smaller states in South-Eastern Europe – Hungary and Bulgaria – during the first decade after the ...
Natural environment and resources, and the long life of the Neolithic settlement at Vinča, southeast Europe
(Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, 2018)
Neolitsko naselje u Vinči pored Beograda bilo je naseljeno duže od jednog milenijuma (između 5600 i 4500 cal BC); oko 5200 cal BC naseljavanje povezano sa regionalnim fenomenom poznatim kao Vinčanska kultura je bilo ...
Discourse and Ethnic Identity. The Case of the Serbs from Hungary / Diskurs i etnički identitet: Studija Srba iz Mađarske
(Peter Lang, 2014)
Discourse, narrative, and identity are some of the most frequently employed concepts in the contemporary humanities. It is their dialectical relationship, in particular, which has been a focus of scholarly attention for ...
Ioannis Stefanidis, Substitute for Power: Warime British Propaganda to the Balkans, 1939-1944 (Surrey and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2012)
(Thousand Oaks, CA : Sage Publications, 2015)
Note on the Fotić Document
(Wiley Blackwell, 2017)
This paper examines the authorship of a portrait of Dragoljub Draža Mihailović, the leader of Yugoslav royalists during the Second World War, published in the earlier issue of The Historian. It establishes that it was ...