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“IDENTITIES” JOURNAL VOL.17, No. 2-3 (2020)

ISSHS is proud to announce the issuing of the 17th volume of Identities: Journal for Gender, Politics and Culture. Identities, Vol.16, No. 2 – 3 is available in print and online on this link: http://identitiesjournal.edu.mk/index.php/IJPGC/issue/view/25   CONTENTS I. PROCEEDINGS FROM THE SCHOOL FOR POLITICS AND CRITIQUE 2020: XENOFEMINISM AND OTHER FORMS OF REALIST AND MATERIALIST FEMINISM: Read More
Academic Publications

“IDENTITIES” JOURNAL VOL. 17, Lockdown Theory

ISSHS is proud to announce the issuing of the 17th volume of Identities: Journal for Gender, Politics and Culture. Identities, Vol.17, No. 1, Topic: Lockdown Theory is available in print and online on this link:http://identitiesjournal.edu.mk/index.php/IJPGC/issue/view/24 CONTENTS LOCKDOWN THEORY Stanimir Panayotov: Intropostface to Lockdown Theory | 2020-09-23 [EN] Marina Gržinić: Refugees, Europe, Death and COVID-19 | Read More
Policy Studies: Applied Social Research

THE INDEPENDENT CONTEXT WATCH 2020

A comprehensive analysis which aimed at comprehensive analysis of the country’s democratic, societal and economic progress against the background of the country’s EU integration process. The study was commissioned by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.
Policy Studies: Applied Social Research

THE INDEPENDENT CONTEXT WATCH 2019

A comprehensive analysis which aimed at assessing the general developments and issues in the areas of: Democratic Governance and Decentralization, Democratic Law Making and Civil Society. The study was commissioned by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation.
Policy Studies: Applied Social Research

INITIATIVE FOR EDITORIAL FREEDOM: NEW POLICIES AND DATA DRIVEN ADVOCACY

DESK ANALYSIS – The project engaged in comparative analysis of national legislation of 22 EU countries, against the backdrop of the EU Directive. Subject to measurement: how much control does the executive branch exercise with regard to program planning, presupposing that even if technical issues are concerned the overly detailed regulation and control inscribed in Read More
Publications Long Format

“The ‘Skopje 2014’ Project and its Effects on the Perception of Macedonian Identity”: Revisiting the Study After the Prespa Agreement (Second edition)

Extract from the study: In order to explain the diplomatic complexity made simple and legally elegant in the form of the agreement of Prespa/Prespes, i.e., the document settling the decades long “name dispute” between (now) North Macedonia and Greece, one has to look at the multiple and sensitive identity related stakes involved in the solution. Read More
Publications Short Format

The State of Democracy in North Macedonia in the Times of the Covid-19 Pandemic

The State of Democracy in North Macedonia in the Times of the Covid-19 Pandemic Katerina Kolozova With a team from ISSHS 1. The essence of “state capture” and how its remnants could be exposed during a state of emergency Since 2016, North Macedonia’s progress in the processes of EU integration has been evaluated against the Read More
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