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2014, vol. 4, iss. 7, pp. 219-229
Credible dialogue in BiH in a context of global crisis
Institute of European Studies, Belgrade

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Project:
Serbia in the process of European integrations: global context, institutions, identity (MESTD - 179014)

Keywords: Christianity and Islam; dialogue; Bosnia and Herzegovina; 'conflict of civilizations'; tradiotion; global crisis
Abstract
The work studies interreligious relations and constructive dialogue between Christians and Moslems in a context of world crisis as a crisis of modernity whic epicenter is placed within western civilization. Having noticed motives of manipulative 'crisis menagement', as creating, amplifying, escalating, control and pacification of an interreligious conflict as a certain 'conflict of civilizations' by postmodern, neocolonial imperialism, the author focuses on manipulation with religious feelings in the case of Bosnian war, by the end of the 20th century. Having without doubt determined that the conflict was a political one and only sporadically a religious-civilisational one with considerable influence of neoimperial interfering using the rule 'divide and rule', it furthermore analises interetnical and interreligious relations between Christians and Moslems in Bosnia and Balcans at the beginning of the 21st century. Having noticed the growth of religionness in the whole area, and the growth of mutual confidence and a perspective that opens constructive dialgue, the work makes conclusion of being possible to gain consensus based on a 'smallest common traditional denominator', where religious and cultural identities would becama a base of cooperation and approach, and not a conflict, and of possibility of building a social alternative to neocolonial order that rules this area on these bases, in a context of the crisis of modern West.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Review Paper
DOI: 10.7251/POL1407219G
published in SCIndeks: 24/02/2017

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