Symbolic Importance of Diplomatic Protocol: Common Heritage and Order of Precedence of Seven Countries of Former Yugoslavia

by Jana Arbeiter,

The aim of this paper is to analyse whether there are any similarities between the seven countries of former Yugoslavia, and to show how the theoretical concept of habitus is transferred into practice. The seven countries of former Yugoslavia, with their common geographical, historical, cultural, anthropological and socio-political elements, are examined using historical analysis in combination with analysis of the diplomatic structure in order to show the similarities in their orders of precedence. Cross-country comparison offers a thorough analysis of common features and divergences among countries, which is important when focusing on a particular region with a common historical and socio-political legacy.

published in Vol 19 - No 2 - 2019 // General issue
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