Jelena Subotic

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Subotic, Jelena. forthcoming. "Foreign Policy and Physical Sites of Memory: Competing Foreign Policies at the Jasenovac Memorial Site." International Politics.
Subotic, Jelena and Srdjan Vucetic. Forthcoming. “Performing Solidarity: Whiteness and Status-seeking in the Non-Aligned World.” Journal of International Relations and Development.
Subotic, Jelena. 2019. “Political Memory after State Death: The Contested Yugoslav National Pavilion at Auschwitz.” Cambridge Review of International Affairs 32(3).
Subotic, Jelena. 2018. “'JAT - More Than Flying’: Constructing Yugoslav Identity in the Air." East European Politics and Societies 32(4).
Subotic, Jelena and Brent J. Steele. 2018. “Moral Injury in International Relations.” Journal of Global Security Studies 3(4).
Subotic, Jelena. 2018. "Political memory, ontological security, and Holocaust remembrance in post-communist Europe." European Security 27(3).
Subotic, Jelena. 2017. “Terrorists are other people: Contested memory of the 1914 Sarajevo assassination.” Australian Journal of Politics and History 63(3).    
Subotic, Jelena. 2017. “Constructivism as a Field of Practice in the US Academy.” PS: Political Science and Politics 50(1).
Subotic, Jelena. 2016. “Narrative, Ontological Security, and Foreign Policy Change.Foreign Policy Analysis 12(4).
Subotic, Jelena. 2015. “Genocide Narratives as Narratives-in-Dialogue.” Journal of Regional Security, 10(2).
Subotic, Jelena. 2015. “Truth, justice, and reconciliation on the ground: normative divergence in the Western Balkans.” Journal of International Relations and Development, 18(3).
Subotic, Jelena. 2015. “Out of Eastern Europe: Legacies of violence and the challenge of multiple transitions.” East European Politics and Societies, 29(2).
Subotic, Jelena. 2014. “Legitimacy, Scope, and Competing Claims on the ICTY: In the Aftermath of Gotovina, Haradinaj and Perisic.” Journal of Human Rights, 13(2).
Subotic, Jelena. 2013. “Remembrance, Public Narratives, and Obstacles to Justice in the Western Balkans.” Studies in Social Justice, 7(2).
[Revised and reprinted as “Political Memory as an Obstacle to Justice in Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina,” in Transitional Justice and Reconciliation: Lessons from the Balkans, edited by Martina Fischer and Olivera Simic. London: Routledge, 2016.]
Subotic, Jelena. 2013. “The Past Is Not Yet Over: Remembrance, Justice and Security Community in the Western Balkans.” Journal of Regional Security, 7(2).
Subotic, Jelena. 2013. “Stories States Tell: Identity, Narrative, and Human Rights in the Balkans.” Slavic Review, 72(2).
Subotic, Jelena and Ayse Zarakol. 2013. “Cultural Intimacy in International Relations.” European Journal of International Relations 19(4).
Subotic, Jelena. 2012. “The Transformation of International Transitional Justice Advocacy.” International Journal of Transitional Justice 6(1).
[Reprinted in Transitional Justice: Critical Concepts, edited by Louise Mallinder and Kieran McEvoy. London: Routledge, 2016.]
Subotic, Jelena. 2012. “The Cruelty of False Remorse: Biljana Plavsic at The Hague.” Southeastern Europe 36(1).
Subotic, Jelena. 2011. “Europe is a State of Mind: Identity and Europeanization in the Balkans.” International Studies Quarterly 55(2).
Subotic, Jelena. 2011. “Expanding the Scope of Postconflict Justice: Individual, State and Societal Responsibility for Mass Atrocity.” Journal of Peace Research
48(2).
Jones, Shannon and Jelena Subotic. 2011. “Fantasies of Power: Performing Europeanization on the European Periphery.” European Journal of Cultural Studies 14(5).
Subotic, Jelena. 2010. “Explaining Difficult States: The Problems of Europeanization in Serbia.” East European Politics and Societies 2(4).
Subotic, Jelena. 2010. “No Escape from Ethnicity? Confessions of an Accidental CNN Pundit.” PS: Political Science and Politics 43(1).
Subotic, Jelena. 2009. “The Paradox of International Justice Compliance.” International Journal of Transitional Justice 3(3).
Shiffman Jeremy, Marina Skrabalo and Jelena Subotic. 2002. “Reproductive Rights and the State in Croatia and Serbia.” Social Science and Medicine 54(4).

BOOK CHAPTERS

Subotic, Jelena and Filip Ejdus, forthcoming. “Constructing a Truth Regime: 1999 NATO Intervention in Serbian Political Memory,” in Nationalization and Politicization of History in Former Yugoslavia, edited by Gorana Ognjenovic and Jasna Jozelic. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Subotic, Jelena and Ayse Zarakol, forthcoming. "Hierarchies, Emotions and Memory in International Relations," in The Power of Emotions in World Politics, edited by Simon Koschut. London: Routledge.
Subotic, Jelena. 2019. “The Church, the Nation, and the State: The Serbian Orthodox Church After Communism,” in Orthodox Churches and Politics in Southeastern Europe, edited by Sabrina P. Ramet. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Carlin, Ryan, Jennifer McCoy and Jelena Subotic. 2019. "Leading the Public to Peace: Trust in Elites, the Legitimacy of Negotiated Peace, and Support for Transitional Justice," in After War Ends edited by James Meernik, Jacqueline DeMerritt, and Mauricio Uribe-Lopez. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Subotic, Jelena. 2019. “Narrative Analysis as a Tactical Bridge.” In Tactical Constructivism: Expressing Method in International Relations, edited by Brent J. Steele, Harry Gould and Oliver Kessler. London: Routledge.
Subotic, Jelena. 2017. “Building democracy in Serbia: One step forward, three steps back.” In Building Democracy in the Yugoslav Successor States: Accomplishments, Setbacks, Challenges since 1990, edited by Sabrina P. Ramet, Christine M. Hassenstab, and Ola Listhaug. New York: Cambridge University Press. 
Subotic, Jelena. 2016. “For the love of homeland: Croat ethnic party politics in Bosnia-Herzegovina.” In Ethnic Minorities and Politics in Post-socialist Southeastern Europe, edited by Sabrina P. Ramet and Marko Valenta. New York: Cambridge University Press. 
Subotic, Jelena. 2015. “The Mythologizing of Communist Violence.” In Post-Communist Transitional Justice: Lessons from 25 Years of Experience, edited by Lavinia Stan and Nadia Nedelsky. New York: Cambridge University Press. 
Subotic, Jelena and Henry F. Carey. 2014. “The European Union, the ICTY, and the Challenge of Europeanization in Serbia.” In European Institutions, Democratization, and Human Rights Protection in the European Periphery, edited by Henry F. Carey. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. 
Ejdus, Filip and Jelena Subotic. 2014. "Kosovo as Serbia’s Sacred Space: Governmentality, Pastoral Power and Sacralization of Territories.” In Politicization of Religion, the Power of Symbolism: The Case of Former Yugoslavia and Its Successor States, edited by Gorana Ognjenovic and Jasna Jozelic. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. 
Subotic, Jelena. 2014. “Complexity of Accountability for Mass Atrocity.” In Justice, Conflict and Wellbeing: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, edited by Brian H. Bornstein & Richard L. Wiener. New York: Springer. 
Subotic, Jelena. 2013. “Bargaining Justice: A Theory of Transitional Justice Compliance.” In Theories of Transitional Justice, edited by Christian Braun, Susanne Buckley-Zistel, Teresa Koloma-Beck and Friederike Mieth. London: Routledge. 
Subotic, Jelena. 2013. “Perspectives for Transitional Justice and Reconciliation.” In Regional Co-operation and Reconciliation in the Aftermath of the ICTY Verdicts: Continuation or Stalemate? Edited by Ernst M. Felberbauer and Predrag Jurekovic. Vienna: National Defence Academy. 
Subotic, Jelena. 2005. “Politics in the Raw.” In The Art of Truth-Telling About Authoritarian Rule, edited by Ksenija Bilbija, Jo Ellen Fair, Cynthia Milton and Leigh Payne. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press. 
Subotic, Jelena. 2005. “Laughing at Power.” In The Art of Truth-Telling About Authoritarian Rule, edited by Ksenija Bilbija, Jo Ellen Fair, Cynthia Milton and
Leigh Payne. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press.
Peter Loizos, Gordon Adam and Jelena Subotic. “Broadcasting For Restraint:Crisis Reduction through UN-Supported Media Initiatives.” In Ethnic Conflict and 
International Securit
y, edited by Anthony McDermott, special volume of the series “Peacekeeping and Multinational Operations.”  Oslo: Norwegian Institute of Public Affairs, 1994.  [Originally published as London School of Economics Discussion Paper No. 11, 1994].