The center for political research and public opinion at the Institute of Social Sciences in Belgrade (IDN), carried out a public opinion survey in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (minus Kosovo where there are no conditions for such an undertaking). The sociologists’ magnifying glass has revealed serious signs of society’s disintegration: the growth of xenophobia, […]
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