Ethnic stereotypes about oneself and others are a good way of understanding both attitudes and political events. Thus both Serbs and Albanians in Kosovo perceive themselves as hospitable, brave and peace-loving, and each other as sly chauvinists. Of course, they are helped along in this by their politicians and media “When I was small I […]
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