Serbia after the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Author/s Dragan Janjic
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2020/85
Language Italian Pages 19 P. 92-110 File size 148 KB
DOI 10.3280/SPC2020085006
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The article addresses the peculiar response of the political elite and of Serbian society in relation to the post-1989 events. In the immediate aftermath of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Serbian authorities did not fully understand the depth and potential repercussions of the changes. However, even afterwards, the inclusion of Serbia in the "European family" did not become a clear and defined priority for the country. Analyzing the causes of this evolution the author comes to the conclusion that in the minds of many influential Serbian politicians, the Berlin Wall still exists, albeit immaterially.

Dragan Janjic, La Serbia dopo la caduta del Muro di Berlino in "STORIA E PROBLEMI CONTEMPORANEI" 85/2020, pp 92-110, DOI: 10.3280/SPC2020085006