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Serbian-run structures of governance in post-independence Kosovo: the logics of dual governance and its impacts on group boundary making and local dynamics of support for Belgrade's elites in the Kosovo Serb community

By Fanny Voitzwinkler


To what extent does the maintenance of Serbian-run structures in Kosovo reinforce group boundaries in Kosovo Serb settlements? The Kosovo Serb community is very often perceived by decision-makers in Kosovo – UNMIK and PISG – as being under the control of a manipulative nationalist ideology operating from Belgrade. The purpose of this research is twofold: first to determine whether Kosovo Serbs actually follow what is dictated by Belgrade, and secondly examine whether Serbian-run structures are a conveyance of such ideological support. Evidence collected on the ground in different Serb enclaves in Kosovo will illustrate macro- and micro-political theories on control and ideological support

Topics: Letteren, Kosovo, parallel
Year: 2008
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