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Internal globalization of Western Balkan  [PDF]
Vukoti? Veselin
Panoeconomicus , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/pan0603239v
Abstract: What are potential and real effects of the globalization process on the economic connection between Western Balkan countries? What is the crucial change in relations between Western Balkan countries and its economies inexorably brought by globalization? What are the elements of political economy of Western Balkan globalization? What are reflections of the conflict between political and economic areas of Western Balkan? These are some of the issues discuses in this paper.
The Neogene lakes on the Balkan land  [PDF]
Krsti? Nade?da,Savi? Ljubinko,Jovanovi? Gordana
Geolo?ki Anali Balkanskog Poluostrva , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/gabp1273037k
Abstract: Palaeogeographic maps of the lacustrine Miocene and Pliocene have been constructed according to all the known geological data. The Lakes of the Balkan Land, depending on the tectonics, migrated due to causes from the deep subsurface. There are several phases of the Miocene lakes: the lowermost Miocene transiting from marine Oligocene, Lower, Middle, Upper Miocene covering, in patches, the main part of the Land. The Pliocene lakes spread mostly to the north of the Balkan Land and covered only its marginal parts. Other lake-like sediments, in fact freshened parts of the Black Sea Kuialnician (Upper Pliocene), stretched along the middle and southern portions of the Balkan Peninsula (to the south of the Balkan Mt.). Subsequently, the Balkan Peninsula was formed.
Denominations of "Squill" in the Balkan languages  [PDF]
?oki? Maja R.
Balcanica , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/balc0334189d
Abstract: The paper deals with the particular naming units for plant species of the genus Scilla characteristic for the Balkan languages that have not been sufficiently discussed in previous phytonomastical researches.
Kimura's disease in a young Balkan male  [PDF]
Jovi?i?-Milentijevi? Maja,Basi? Marin,Petrovi? Aleksandar
Vojnosanitetski Pregled , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/vsp0901066j
Abstract: Introduction. Kimura's disease is a rare, chronic inflammatory disorder of unknown cause, mainly seen in young Asian men. To our knowledge it has not been reported previously in persons from the Balkan countries. Case report. We presented a 15-year-old male with Kimura's disease manifested as chronic left neck mass. The diagnosis was based on the histopathological findings of the excised lesion. Peripheral blood eosinophilia and raised serum Immunoglobulin E (IgE) level supported the diagnosis. Conclusion. The presented patient confirmed the fact that Kimura's disease could occur in different ethnic groups. Histopathological examination, should be performed prior to making the definitive diagnosis.
The Rise of the Concept of a Balkan Pact and the First Balkan Conference Balkan Pakt Fikrinin Ortaya k ve lk Balkan Konferans
History Studies : International Journal of History , 2012,
Abstract: One of the most important steps towards the foundation of the Balkan Pact was the First Balkan Conference, which took place on 5th October 1930 in the Academy of Grande Salle in Athens. This conference was a direct result of a proposal by former Greek Prime Minister, Alexandros Papanastassiou at the 27th International Peace Congress in Athens and proceeded with the approval of the International Peace Bureau. The First Balkan Conference showed the Balkan countries that they could work together and provide their own security by establishing a Balkan Pact. Two points, however, must be made in this regard. First, the international press played a key role in encouraging the conference and pushing forward its agenda. Second, despite being notorious for their wariness of foreign intervention, it appeared that it was extremely difficult to unite the Balkan states without any outside influences.
Balkan Print Forum – Dynamic Balkan Print Media Community
Rossitza Velkova
Acta Graphica : Journal for Printing Science and Graphic Communications , 2011,
Abstract: Founded in October 2006, the Balkan Print Forum is gradually becoming an important regional institution. Its main targets are to share experiences and know-how,to initiate and intensify contacts and to support joint projects in the Balkan region.Since drupa 2008 there are 11 member countries of the Balkan Print Forum:Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Greece, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia and Turkey. Partners of BPF are some companies and universities from Russia and Ukraine.
Lattice QCD and the Balkan physicists contribution  [PDF]
Artan Borici
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: This is a paper based on the invited talk the author gave at the 9th Balkan Physical Union conference. It contains some of the main achievements of lattice QCD simulations followed by a list of Balkan physicists who have contributed to the project.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Esra S. DEGERL?
Journal of International Social Research , 2009,
Abstract: As well as Italy’s expansionist tendencies in Mediterranean and the Balkans and Nazi’s coming into power in Germany in 1933, the armament race of the European countries began to threaten the world peace. Inevitably, these events led Turkey to search for territorial security. Thus, with the directives of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, Turkey made attempts to establish close ties with the whole Balkan countries. In this context, Turkey initially solved the problems with Greece remained from Lausanne and then signed the treaty of friendship with Greece on September 14th, 1933 in Ankara. Turkey, giving much importance to the collaboration in Balkans, also concluded agreements of cooperation with Romania on October 17th, 1933 and with Yugoslavia on November 27th, 1933 within the fields of Friendship, Nonaggression, Judgmental Solutions, Arbiter and Conciliation. Furthermore, with the pioneering steps of Turkey and Greece and the participation of Yugoslavia and Romania, Balkan Pact was signed on February 9th, 1934 in Athens. Though Balkan Pact, surviving between 1934 and 1941, never realized the territorial defence precisely, Turkey took an important role in maintaining the world peace by remaining true to the pact.
Simo Georgiev
Ribarstvo : Croatian Journal of Fisheries , 2003,
Abstract: This paper puts forward the knowledge of the immigration itineraries of the ancestors of five extant salmonid species on Balkan Peninsula which are the following: Acantholingua ohridana (Steindachner, 1892), Hucho hucho (Linnaeus, 1758), Salmo trutta Linnaeus, 1758, Salmothymus obtusirostris Heckel, 1851 and Thymallus thymallus (Linnaeus, 1758). The thesis for the migration itineraries is based on the anatomical, molecular and zoogeographical facts recently published. These latest facts complement or reject the previous thesis that considered the origin of separate species, which in this paper are analyzed together. A new position on the origin of some S. trutta populations inhabiting the Mediterranean Sea watershed is proposed. The new thesis is that they did not inhabit it from the west, through the Atlantic Ocean and Gibraltar, but from the North, through the branches of the former Sarmatian Sea, using the continental way. A. ohridana and S. obtusirostris, the only endemic Balkanean salmonids, have developed here from the mutual ancestor with the extant Siberian Brachymystax lenok (Pallas, 1773). This ancestor came first, together with the S. trutta lineage known as marmorata . Using the same migration way, the T. thymallus population of So a River, the North.West boundary of Balkan Peninsula remained restricted at that corner of Adriatic Sea watershed. In the Black Sea watershed (the Danube River flow extension on Balkan Peninsula) the distribution of T. thymallus coincides with the distribution of H. hucho. The thesis which has been proposed for this, largest contemporary Balkan Peninsula salmonid fish was that it came here last, after the connections between the Mediterranean Sea basin and once existent Sarmatian Sea disappeared. This occurred after the end of the last glaciations. This has been concluded on the basis of the exclusion of the areas of the marmorata lineage of S. trutta (Mediterranean Sea watershed) and H. hucho (Black Sea watershed). Their extensions touch just at the water-separation between the Mediterranean Sea and the Black Sea on the Dinarid Mountains. The idea for this thesis originates from the distribution of the small cobitid Cobitis elongata Heckel & Kner, 1858 given in the work of K a r ama n, S., (1952). The thesis that the endemic salmonids came in the Adriatic Sea watershed through the Adriatic.Pannonian connection is supported by the zoogeographical distribution of some mutual marine, brachic or freshwater fish species for Adriatic Sea itself or the Adriatic Sea watershed and Ponto.Caspian depression (Black Sea an
Intercultural and Interreligious Communication in the Balkan  [PDF]
Arta Musaraj
Academicus : International Scientific Journal , 2013, DOI: 10.7336/academicus.2013.07.04
Abstract: The desire to belong in a individual culture means to possess a clear vision for the world, a road map that guides its followers towards the proper understanding of the planet’s past present and future. An established mythology of apparent national identities in the Balkans is somewhat unnaturally reinforced to justify conflicts between religious and ethnic groups, caused as a result of the national identities intertwined among themselves, an element essentially more influential than existence of national identities. For centuries Christians and Muslims in the Balkans have been living in peace, however a few Balkan Societies continue to use violence, national extremism, xenophobia as well as a contemporary practice to solve their problems. A legitimate question can be raised in relation to how common is religious influence used to cause violent and armed conflicts as compared to violence originating from ethnic cleansing, control over territory, political ideology and regional hegemony?

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