Romanies at the crossroads. The dilemma of contemporary Romany politics

Pavel Barša

Abstrakt

One of the least reflected on consequences of the collapse of the Soviet bloc was the opening of the Romany question. Over the 1990s the countries of central and eastern Europe have undergone an economic and political transformation. On the one hand this has had a negative impact on the overwhelming majority of Romanies but, on the other hand, has offered them the opportunity to give active answers, an opportunity previously not available for them under the totalitarian regime.

Bibliografická citace

Barša, P. (2000). Romanies at the crossroads. The dilemma of contemporary Romany politics. Středoevropské politické studie, 2(1). Získáno z https://journals.muni.cz/cepsr/article/view/3809

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