State and non-state actors in eastern and central Europe: past, present and future
Image: Cristian Iohan Ştefănescu/Flickr, CC BY 2.0.

State and non-state actors in eastern and central Europe: past, present and future

Iva Vukušić will present at the IARCEES conference in Dublin, May 9-11, Maynooth University on part of her PhD research. The paper is titled "Continuity and Change: The Red Berets in the breakup of Yugoslavia". Image: Cristian Iohan Ştefănescu/Flickr, CC BY 2.0.

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Mechanics of Plausible Deniability

On April 4, at the Institute for History of Leiden University, Iva Vukušić will be speaking about The Mechanics of Plausible Deniability: the Case of Serbian Paramilitaries. See more information about the talk here. Photo by Norbert Reimer.

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Traces of Law Symposium

Iva Vukušić will be speaking at the Traces of Law Symposium at Edinburgh Law School on March 7, 2019. Her presentation will focus specifically on the use of ICTY records, and the challenges of dealing with at the one hand, the enormity of the archives, and on the other, the…

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Shabbiha: Assad’s Paramilitaries and Mass Violence in Syria

Dr. Uğur Ümit Üngör will be in Berlin to discuss the emergence and manifestation of paramilitary violence in the Syrian conflict in a ZMO Work-In-Progress Talk. The talk itself will be on March 5th, 2019. See more information about the talk here.

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Iva Vukušić wins ASN 2018 Best Doctoral Paper Award

Iva Vukušić won an ASN 2018 Best Doctoral Paper Award for her paper 'Paramilitary Violence in the Former Yugoslavia: Insights from War Crimes Trials'. Vukusic was awarded the prize in the category 'Balkans' during the ASN (Association for the Study of Nationalities) World Convention at Columbia University, 3-5 May. Her…

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