Unpacking Post-Communist Socio-Political Transformations in the Western Balkans: A Citizenship-Centred Approach

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Abstract

This paper discusses the benefits of using a citizenship-centred approach in the study of state-building in the Balkans. Applying Shaw's and Stiks's concept of the "citizenship regime", the paper argues that the process of multiple transformations triggered by the fall of communism and the varieties in state-building practices in the post-Yugoslav states cannot be fully comprehended without a deeper understanding of citizenship regimes
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)555-64
JournalSüdosteuropa: Journal of Politics and Society
Volume60
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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