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Climate Policy: reflections on the place and role of science in society

Date: 28 June 2022, 6.00 p.m. Venue: Lónyay-Hatvany Villa- 1. Csónak str., 1015 Budapest (Entrance: Aranybástya - The Golden Bastion Restaurant)

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The Loneliness of Serbia Called Neutrality

Although the South Slavic War ended more than twenty years ago, its consequences and unresolved issues are still with us today. The collapse of the former Yugoslavia had catastrophic implications for Serbia. Within a decade, Belgrade lost almost everything that had previously served as the basis for the prosperity of the former Yugoslavia. The independence of Kosovo and the trauma caused by the NATO bombings have not yet become things of the past; on the contrary, they strongly affect the Serbian future. The country’s primary goal is the economic growth that may be feasible within the framework of the European Union. However, Serbia still does not aim to join NATO but wishes to sustain a neutral state, which may keep it militarily alone in the Western Balkans.

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This research aims to highlight the complexity of the concept of state neutrality. To this end, it focuses on states whose neutrality is disputed by the international community, meaning that some acce...


Neutrality is a concept many countries have turned to at one point or another in history in an attempt to safeguard their national sovereignty and territorial integrity. This article, after introducin...

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