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Teuta Kukleci

Teuta Kukleci

Master's Student/Research Assistant

Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Article

Ramet, Sabrina P. (2011) Croatia and Serbia since 1991: An Assessment of Their Similarities and Differences, East European Politics 27(2): 263–290.
Ramet, Sabrina P. (2010) Serbia Since July 2008: At the Doorstep of the EU, Südosteuropa 58(1): 15–40.
Ramet, Sabrina P. (2005) American Policy toward Serbia/Montenegro/Yugoslavia: Congressional Debates & Policy Formation, 1989-2003, Österreichische Osthefte 47(1): 647–672.

Book Chapter

Skjelsbæk, Inger (2011) Sexual Violence in the Post-Yugoslav Wars, in de Jonge Oudraat, Chantal; Helga Hernes; & Kathleen Kuehnast, eds, Women and War: Power and Protection in the 21st Century. Washington, D.C.: United States Institute of Peace Press (65–84).
Ramet, Sabrina P. (2011) Serbia's Corrupt Path to the Rule of Law: An Introduction, in Listhaug, Ola; Sabrina P. Ramet; & Dragana Dulic, eds, Civic and Uncivic Values, Serbia in the Post-Milosevic Era. Budapest: Central European University Press (3–19).
Listhaug, Ola; Kristen Ringdal & Albert Simkus (2011) Serbian Civic Values in a European Context, in Listhaug, Ola; Sabrina P. Ramet; & Dragana Dulic, eds, Civic and Uncivic Values, Serbia in the Post-Milosevic Era. Budapest: Central European University Press (51–75).
Ramet, Sabrina P. (2011) The Collaborationist Regime of Milan Nedic, in Listhaug, Ola; & Sabrina P. Ramet, eds, Serbia and the Serbs in World War Two. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (17–43).
Ramet, Sabrina P. (2010) Serbia and Montenegro since 1989, in Central and Southeast Euopean Politics since 1989. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (311–327).

Edited Volume

Listhaug, Ola; Sabrina P. Ramet; & Dragana Dulic, eds, (2011) Civic and Uncivic Values: Serbia in the post-Milošević Era. Budapest: Central European University Press.

Conference Paper

Bastnes, Anette R. (2003) Serbia since Miloševic – An Evaluation of the Democracy in Serbia, presented at The Annual National Convention of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, Toronto, December.

Past Events

Blog Posts

Parliamentary Election in Kosovo: Democratic Development and Desire for Change

Posted by Teuta Kukleci on Sunday, 21 February 2021

Less than a year after the fall of the Kosovo government led by left-wing reformist party Vetëvendosje (“Self-Determination”), the same party has returned to power. Following a landslide victory in the parliamentary election last Sunday, Vetëvendosje is set to form a government with a markedly stronger mandate than the first ... Read more »

Trump's Kosovo-Serbia Deal is Already Falling Apart

Posted by Teuta Kukleci on Friday, 11 September 2020

On September 4, Kosovo and Serbia signed a deal on ‘Economic Normalization’ in the White House. Not unlike Trump’s other foreign policy endeavors, the deal was ridiculed by pundits. It also received political backlash from the international community. The EU, which has facilitated the dialog between Belgrade and Pristina for ... Read more »

Kosovo-Serbia Agreement: Why is the Trump Administration Fast-Tracking a Hasty Deal?

Posted by Teuta Kukleci on Sunday, 29 March 2020

This piece is part of our blog series Beyond the COVID Curve. COVID-19 has quickly changed everything from our daily routines, to the policies of governments, to the fortunes of the global economy. How will it continue to shape society and the conditions for peace and conflict globally in the near ... Read more »

Sports Could Be the Greatest Ambassador Kosovo Has Ever Had

Posted by Teuta Kukleci on Thursday, 19 September 2019

On the evening of Tuesday, September 10, Kosovo’s national football team played England in its biggest match to date. Prior to the match, the team had gone undefeated since October 2017. The success of the national team has echoed throughout the world and the team is fast becoming Kosovo’s most ... Read more »

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