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Revolutionary Upheavals in the Balkans

Written by Predrag Kovacevic Friday, 21 February 2014
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tuzla-death-to-nationalism-graffiti-thA few days ago, I was asked to write an article about the current situation in Bosnia and the prospects for a radical change in the socio-political situation there. However, given the new developments in Bosnia and its neighbouring countries, I could not avoid writing about the situation in the Balkans as a more or less unitary whole. Given the mythology about the Balkans as a region divided by primitive tribes and pre-modern barbarians that is perpetuated in the western media, it might seem absurd to talk about the Balkans in this way. Nonetheless, for centuries, the peoples of the peninsula have shared the same plight, as victims of European imperialism.

 

Bosnia – A New Stage in the European Revolution

Written by sandro tsipouras Friday, 14 February 2014
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tuzla-protest-1-thThe current protest movement in Bosnia represents a new and higher stage in the molecular process of the European revolution. The heroic revolutionary movement of the Bosnian workers and youth is a shining example for future movements in Europe and all over the world.

 

Class struggle in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Casus belli for major social unrest in Croatia?

Written by Karlo Vujeva Wednesday, 12 February 2014
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We here publish an article written by one of our readers in Croatia. Although we may not agree with everything in the article, it gives a good insight into the present situation throughout the Balkans.

   

Proclamation of support to the revolt in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Written by In Defence of Marxism Monday, 10 February 2014
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Below we publish a call for action in solidarity with the movement in Bosnia, that has been taken up across Serbia.

 

Bosnia-Hercegovina: Revolt puts class struggle back on the agenda

Written by Crvena Kritika Monday, 10 February 2014
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tuzla-protest-1-thThe roots of the present protests in Bosnia-Hercegovina go right back to the break-up of Yugoslavia. Civil and religious war, two decades of privatisation, plunder and peripheral gangster capitalism, as well as the constant humiliation by the structures of the imperialist protectorate OHR (Office of the High Representative) have pressed Bosnians – and other Yugoslav peoples – so hard that for a long period it seemed that a good and prosperous life was just the stuff of history and family tales from “Tito's time”.

   

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Old trick of divide-and-rule doesn’t work any more

Written by Filip Sacirovic Friday, 13 July 2012
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[We strongly recommend this article, as it highlights the return of class solidarity across the ethnic divide in the former Yugoslavia.]

At the recent Srebrenica massacre commemoration in the Potočari Memorial Centre, the victims’ families turned against the politicians present, and Bosnian crowds directed loud whistles and curses at the same politicians.

 

Serbia: The Death of the Zastava auto plant

Written by Goran M Tuesday, 08 February 2011
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Serbia: The Death of the Zastava auto plantZastava is no more. After twenty years of agonizing transition from a centrally planned “self-management” economy to capitalism, the factory, which once stood as the symbol of post World War Two prosperity and development in the former Yugoslavia, is about to be erased from the state registry of companies, giving way to an Italian multinational FIAT.

   

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