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Mihailo (Misha) Crnobrnja
Written by Diana Thebaud Nicholson // February 13, 2008 // Economy, Europe & EU, Geopolitics, India, People Meta, Wednesday Night Authors // Comments Off on Mihailo (Misha) Crnobrnja
Teaches European Integrations and Economy of Transition in the Faculty of Economics, Finance and Administration of The University of Novi Sad’s Centre for Advanced European Studies and Research (CAESAR)
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I come from the former Yugoslavia. I was not a Serb, or a Croat or a Muslim. I did not identify myself in any ethnic nationalist terms. I was a citizen of Yugoslavia. As the country, and with it my identity, disappeared, I came with my family to Canada.
My wife and I chose to come to Canada not by flipping a coin, but by a careful and deliberate selection among a number of countries. In choosing Montreal as our new place of residence, we were inspired and thrilled by the multicultural and multi-ethnic character and spirit of the city.
COULD IT HAPPEN HERE?
Canada isn’t Yugoslavia, but, even so, there are some disturbing political similarities.