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A list of Citizendium articles, and planned articles, about Serbia.
See also changes related to Serbia, or pages that link to Serbia or to this page or whose text contains "Serbia".

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  • Albania [r]: Republic in south-eastern Europe (population c. 3.6 million; capital Tirana), with a long Adriatic coastline on the west and land borders with Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia and Greece. [e]
  • Albert Einstein [r]: 20th-century physicist who formulated the theories of relativity. [e]
  • Alien Torts Claims Act [r]: Originally introduced in 1789, a U.S. law that has become active in using the U.S. court to seek redress for actions committed outside the U.S., but in violation of U.S. or international law and where the defendants have a relationship to the U.S. [e]
  • Balkan peninsula [r]: Geographic name for a region of southeastern Europe, surrounded by the Black Sea to the east, by Aegean, Mediterranean and Ionian Sea to the south, and by the Adriatic Sea to the west. [e]
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina [r]: Formerly part of Yugoslavia, a mountainous federal democratic republic (population c. 4.6 million; capital Sarajevo) bordering Croatia, Serbia and Montenegro, and with a few kilometres of Adriatic coast on the southern tip of the country. [e]
  • Bulgaria [r]: Mountainous republic (population c. 7.3 million; capital Sofia) in south-eastern Europe, bordered by Romania to the north (with River Danube as border); the Black Sea to the east; Greece and Turkey to the south; and Yugoslavia and Macedonia to the west. [e]
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  • Casa Capşa [r]: A historic restaurant in Bucharest, Romania, first established in 1852. [e]
  • Clandestine human-source intelligence recruiting [r]: The recruiting of human assets who do not work for a foreign intelligence service, as part of human-source intelligence. [e]
  • Concrete [r]: Construction material consisting of cement, aggregate (generally gravel and sand), water and admixtures. [e]
  • Country [r]: Nation, state, region, or territory, or large tract of land distinguishable by features of topography, biology, or culture. [e]
  • Croatian people [r]: An ethnic group living largely in the Balkans. [e]
  • Croatia [r]: South-east European republic (population c. 4.5 million; capital Zagreb), located south of Slovenia and Hungary, west of Serbia, and north and west of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and with a long Adriatic coastline to its west. [e]
  • Danube River [r]: Europe's second longest river, about 2860 km long, second only to the Volga River. [e]
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  • European Environment Agency [r]: An agency of the European Union (EU) established as a major source of information and data for developing, adopting, implementing and evaluating environmental policy by member European countries. [e]
  • European Union [r]: Political and economic association of 28 European states. [e]
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  • History [r]: Study of past human events based on evidence such as written documents. [e]
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  • Kosovo [r]: Country in south-eastern Europe which declared independence from Serbia in 2008 - not officially recognised by the United Nations. [e]
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  • Macedonian language [r]: A language in the Eastern group of South Slavic languages and the official language of the Republic of Macedonia. [e]
  • Montenegro [r]: South-east European, former Yugoslav republic (population c. 678,000; capital Podgorica) off the north-eastern Adriatic Sea, bordering Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Kosovo and Albania. [e]
  • Pagania [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Republic of Macedonia [r]: Former Yugoslav republic (population c. 2.1 million; capital Skopje), landlocked in south-eastern Europe between Kosovo and Serbia to the north and Greece to the south, Albania to the west and Bulgaria to the east. [e]
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  • Romania [r]: South-east European republic (population c. 22.2 million; capital Bucharest) on the western shore of the Black Sea, and divided by the arc of the Carpathian Mountains, which enclose the Transylvanian basin in the north-west; borders Ukraine, Moldavia, Hungary, Serbia and Bulgaria. [e]
  • Sava River [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Secret society [r]: A type of subculture with three characteristics: "it is exclusive, it claims to own special secrets, and it shows a strong inclination to favor its own" (Alan Axelrod). [e]
  • Serbian language [r]: Slavic language belonging to the Serbo-Croatian diasystem, spoken by Serbian people and Montenegrin people, mainly in Serbia, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo. [e]
  • Serbian people [r]: An ethnic group living in the Balkan peninsula. [e]
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  • William Ewart Gladstone [r]: (1809-1898) The great Liberal prime minister of Britain's 19th century golden age of parliamentary government. [e]
  • Yugoslavia [r]: Name for different political entities that existed on the Balkan Peninsula in Europe during the 20th century. [e]
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