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IDENTITY-FORMATION AND POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE "NEW SERBIA": BLENDING TRADITIONS WITH A "EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVE"

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Summary: Serbia has been undergoing a persistent identity crisis throughout most of the 200 years of its existence as an emergent and then independent polity. Recently, the visibility of issues relating to identity-building and statebuilding in Serbian political life have been heightened owing to Montenegro's referendum on sovereignty, the possibility of Kosovo obtaining independence, and Serbia's "new" position as an independent state. Drawing extensively on Serbian research, the article explores the transformation of political culture and political identities in post-Milosevic Serbia. The author contends that progress towards Europeanization and democratic consolidation in Serbia will require another major democratic breakthrough or at least a catalytic realignment of political forces (only partially obtained in the wake of the January 2007 Serbian elections). Serbia's future democratization remains contingent on the emergence of broad elite and public consensus around notions which blend a liberal and civic orientation with the positive aspects of Serbian tradition.

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2007-01-01
2016-12-05

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