Tag Archive: Serbia

PSRP Researcher Presenting: Venetian Responsibility: National Minority Rights and Inter-State Relations in Europe

Laura Wise will present an LLM Insight Seminar at the University of Edinburgh, on how responsibility for national minority rights is negotiated within inter-state bilateral relations, between a national minority’s host-state and kin-state.

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Paying for peace in Presevo

This post by Laura Wise, PSRP researcher, was first published by Transconflict on 26 October 2016. It analyses the recent agreement on providing Albanian-language textbooks for schools in southern Serbia, and suggests that lessons have been learned from previous relations between Serbia’s Albanian minority, Kosovo, and Albania, and on the role that kin-states can play […]

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PSRP Researcher Speaking: Serbian-Croatian post-conflict relations and minority language rights

Laura Wise will present a paper at the Association for the Study of Nationalism Conference ‘Europe, Nations, and Insecurity: Challenges to’ at Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania.

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Would you trust this woman with your country?

By PSRP Member, Laura Wise As the beleaguered Syrian peace process has developed innovative attempts to involve women, it is timely to ask how women are included in high-level negotiations, and how this participation is received. Exclusion of women from high-level peace negotiations is nothing new, and, to mark the 15 year anniversary of the Women, […]

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PSRP Researcher Speaking: “Vukovar will never be BYKOBAP” – Serbian-Croatian post-conflict relations and minority language rights

Laura Wise will present a paper at the Irish Association for Russian, Central and East European Studies Conference on ‘Individuals and Institutions in Europe and Eurasia’ at Maynooth University.

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