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Memo 5.XII 17

Memo rahvuspoliitika uurimuste kohta (visand 6.XII 17)

Kõigile kes on huvitatud sellest kuidas tsiviliseeritult/mittepopulistlikult koostada teaduspõhiselt usaldusväärseid rahvuspoliitilisi uuringuid: neid tuleb teha eeskätt rahvusvaheliselt teaduspõhiselt ning ajaliselt katkematult – aga mitte kitsalt kodukootult poliitkampade mahitamisel ning ilmselt barbaarsetel/korrumpeerunud kaalutlustel et nt imperatiivselt ilma teadusliku eeltsensuurita tekste rahvastele peale suruda – ilma rahvusvaheliste ning kodumaiste etniliste kiskjalike riskide muutumistega arvestamiseta.

Vt nt eeskujuks lõike ühest teaduspõhisest  lühiuurimusest väikese heterogeense rahvusriigi (transiidiriigi mis kiskjaliku minevikuga impeeriumi naaber) näitel (mis kõigetähtsam koos kohustuslike osundustega):

Kuhelj, Alenka (2011) „Rise of xenophobic nationalism in Europe: A case of Slovenia“ – Communist and Post-Communist Studies 44 (2011) 271–282

 

Keywords:

Minority rights

Nationalism

Post-communism

Citizenship policy

Erased

Slovenia

 

A b s t r a c t

The article focuses on rise of nationalism and xenophobia in Slovenia. It starts by

considering the issue of unrecognized minorities in Slovenia (former Yugoslavia nations)

that have no minority rights, despite being large groups, as many international organizations

for the protection of minorities have pointed out. A particular issue in this relation

for Slovenia is the ‘Erased’ – the individuals who did not acquire Slovenian citizenship

when Slovenia seceded from federal Yugoslavia – and despite the European Court of

Human Rights (ECHR) decision, the Slovenian state has still not recognized their rights,

which were violated in the post-independence period. The article also examines two other

minorities in Slovenia, the Jews and the Roma. The article finds Slovenia to be a closed,

non-globalised society which, in spite of its constitutional declaration to protect the rights

of minorities and other national communities, is seeking to retain a politically and

culturally homogeneous nation state.

©_ 2011 The Regents of the University of California. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights

reserved.

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