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  • Conflicts between Serbia and Albania

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    Kosovo is located in southern Serbia. There, due to the immigration of many Albanians into Serbia, many conflicts have risen. Serbia reclaimed the territory of what they call modern day Kosovo, however, hatred still remains. The Albanians believe Kosovo has been their land, yet, Serbians have proclaimed they have been there for 500 years. In response, the Albanians revolt and are using terrorist-like attacks on the Serbians; such as houses being destroyed, mass killings, poisoning of the livestock

  • Furthering Tourism in the Republic of Serbia Essay example

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    National Tourism Development Corporation at the beginning of year, under the auspices of the Ministry of Economy and Regional Development of the Republic of Serbia. The cooperation was initiated with the idea of achieving a qualitative contribution to the further development and promotion of investment projects in tourism in the Republic of Serbia, and has yielded very fruitful results that are partially presented by this monograph. The results of cooperation in accordance with the expressed interests

  • Serbia and Kosovo: From Myth to Genocide Essay

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    Introduction. “The taking of hostages was an immoral act. We had to do whatever we could just to eliminate that dirty story from the history of Serbs.” (Slobodan Milosevic in an interview for the Time magazine, 1995). In the 1990s Yugoslavia was the battlefield of Europe’s bloodiest war since 1945. This notorious culmination was a product of an interconnected chain of events which began in the mid-1980s with the deepening of the conflict and the extremely strained relations between the two major

  • Serbia and Bosnia and Herzegovina on GDP, Poverty and Migration 1990-2012

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    the reasons behind trends so we might mitigate in a productive and beneficial way. Also it is imprtant to understand the trends that occur after particular events so we might predict future needs. This report will look at two developing countries, Serbia and Bosnia and Hercegovina(BIH), who share a bloody past, one from the position of agresor, one of an occupied country. The aim is to see how the the conflict and its consequences influenced their GDP, poverty levels and migrations. And how has the

  • The Reasons for the Hostility Between Austria-Hungary and Serbia During 1878 and 1914

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    The Reasons for the Hostility Between Austria-Hungary and Serbia During 1878 and 1914 Between 1878 and 1914, there was generally a lot of hostility in the Balkans this was mainly due to the weakening Ottoman Empire, this allowed countries within it to start to fight for independence and the greater powers surrounding it to try and take over parts of it. After the Treaty of Berlin, 1878, Austria-Hungary was given the right to occupy and administer the Ottoman province of

  • Ethnic Conflict Of The Soviet Union

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    what historians would argue was “The bloodiest war in Europe since World War II” (Multi-Ethnic Conflict: Yugoslavia.). Yugoslavia was a country composed of six republics- The socialist republic of Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, and Slovenia. The country was created after world war one in 1929 and was under the control of the Soviet Union up until 1991 when the Soviet Union broke apart. With the fall of the Soviet Union came the inevitable turmoil, violence and destruction

  • The Assassination that Started It All

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    from a secret Serbian terrorist organization called the Narodna Odbrana, which worked towards the unification of all South Slavs in an independent, sovereign country called Yugoslavia. The Narodna Odbrana was created because South Slavs living in Serbia, as well as in Bosnia and other Slavic provinces, felt a strong nationalistic desire to unify all the members of their cultural group in a new country called Yugoslavia. The Black Hand’s commitment to Serbian nationalism led it to replace the Narodna

  • Describe My Favourite City

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    Three most beautiful cities to visit in Serbia before your life ends Serbia is a small European country situated at the junction between Southeast and Central Europe. It is a safe destination and it offers visitors fine attractions and experiences. With beautiful landscapes, exquisite nightlife, and charming monasteries, Serbia is one of the best places to visit in Europe. This small country will not leave you aloof, with its lovely, kind people. It is the place where the renowned Exit festival on

  • Essay Serbia's Geography and Historical Events

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    Geography and Historical events The country of Serbia is located in Southeastern Europe of the Balkan Peninsula between the countries of Hungary, Macedonia, Romania, and Montenegro. The country in size is only slightly smaller than that of South Carolina. Serbia has a multitude of varied terrains based on your whereabouts in the country. For instance, the northern areas of the country –known as the Vojvodina zone- are recognized for fertile farm lands. While the eastern side is dominated by limestone

  • Conflict Between Conflict And Conflict

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    Influential Serbian poet and writer Matija Beckovic talks of the Serbian sentiment of their status in Kosovo, “Kosovo would be Serbian even if there were not a single Serb living there.” This quote provides an insight into what is highly likely a Serbia-wide perspective of the situation in Kosovo. From this it is evident that a strong attachment between the Serbs and Kosovo was still present when this quote was presented. This suggestion, if true would strongly contribute to the intractability of