Hans Gutbrod

Teaches at Ilia State University in Tbilisi, is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies, Seton Hall University and regularly writes on issues of commemoration.

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Articles by Hans Gutbrod

  1. Brijuni or Brioni: Reviewing Tito’s Luxury Island

    The island of Brijuni, just off the Adriatic coast of Croatia, hosts a museum celebrating Tito’s presence on the island. An exhibition presents Tito's international engagement with approximately 200 images. The exhibition covers almost all the years of his rule of Yugoslavia. This raises several questions, one is: If a democracy hosts a museum for a dictator, should we be concerned?

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