The Rise of Grassroots Authoritarianism? Political Attitudes and Perceptions in Western Balkans

24 Okt 2017 - 13:00
Resowi, SR 15.33, tract B, 3rd floor

The region of Western Balkans went through a substantial decline in democracy during the last decade, one that brings about serious threats including authoritarian entrenchment, renewed ethnic conflict and decline in support for the EU (BiEPAG, 2017).

Balkan Academic News - 17 May 2017

Today's Topics:

1. New Book: Post-Conflict Europeanization and the War of
Meanings (Troncota)
2. CfP: Balkan Conference on the 500th Anniversary of the
Protestant Reformation, Skopje, Macedonia, 6-8 October 2017
3. CfA: Master of Laws in Intercultural Human Rights, St. Thomas
University, Miami, U.S.A.
4. Event: Everyday Revolutions in Southern and Eastern Europe,
Manchester, UK, 19-20 May 2017

Impact of Europeanization on national political parties - Case of Montenegro

10 Mär 2015 - 13:00
RESOWI, SR 15.33, Universitätsstraße 15, Bauteil B, 3.OG

Process of Europeanization in post-socialist countries is strongly linked to the process of democratization (Fink-Hafner, 2007). It represents prolonged democratic consolidation.

Europeanization by Rule of Law Implementation in the Western Balkans

8 Apr 2014 - 13:00 bis 14:00
RESOWI, Bauteil B, 3. OG, SR 15.33

Strengthening of the rule of law and the accession to the European Union have been fraught with difficulties in the Western Balkans for over 20 years. In line with previous scholarship on “Europeanization”, this phenomenon is to be understood as a politically driven process, i.e.