Yugoslavia

Black Box East: “Primitive Accumulation” of Capital and Memory, or How the Berlin Wall Fell in Yugoslavia

30 years have passed since the consequences of the fall of the Berlin Wall reached Yugoslavia: what has been by then seen as an enthusiastic wave of democratization and peaceful dismantling of socialism, has become much more troublesome and obscurantist …

Black Box East: “Primitive Accumulation” of Capital and Memory, or How the Berlin Wall Fell in Yugoslavia

Black Box East: Another Worldmaking Is Possible, or: Progressive Internationalism, Socialist Yugoslavia and the Non-Aligned Movement

Sixty years ago, in September 1961, the first summit of what became the Non-Aligned Movement was held in Belgrade, the capital of Yugoslavia. The event occurred sixteen years after the victory of the Yugoslav Partisans against fascism and thirteen years …

Black Box East: Another Worldmaking Is Possible, or: Progressive Internationalism, Socialist Yugoslavia and the Non-Aligned Movement

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