National identity in Transnistria: a global historical perspective on the formation and evolution of a ‘resistance identity’

JorisWagemakers Holds a degree in Sociology from the University of Antwerp and in Conflict and Development Studies from Ghent University, in Belgium. He lived for one year in Moldova, and visited Transnistria in the framework of his thesis, of which … Continue reading

Far Eastern regional identity as a contemporary indigeneity: historic and contemporary discourse

Ivan Zolotukhin  Ph.D., Far Eastern State University, Vladivostok, Russia Introduction This article seeks to emphasize further aspects. Firstly, the Russian State plays an important role in the origin of Far Eastern identity, as it impacts the socio-cultural processes on the … Continue reading

Self-Determination vs. State Sovereignty — Contemporary Lessons from the 1938 Munich Conference

Self-Determination vs. State Sovereignty — Contemporary Lessons from the 1938 Munich Conference Stevan Gajić In this essay, I will deal with the historical development of the supremacy of the principle of state sovereignty over the principle of self-determination though the lens of … Continue reading