Monograph on Slovene politics during the reign of the last Habsburg ruler, Charles I. Pre-history of the May Declaration and efforts to enforce it are particularly emphasized. Slovene echoes to Charles' efforts to regain the Hungarian throne are also documented. Monograph is enriched by many fresh insights.
An important study on the role of vindicta in Mediterranean societies.
An innovative study on texts of constitutions of Central and Eastern Europe, enriched by a profound comparative analysis.
Although many limitations must be observed, there are still some obvious structural similarities regarding the phenomenon of civil strife or rather civil war between the Rome of the 2nd and 1st centuries BC and Slovene lands in the 20th century. Destiny of the vanquished reached its the most characteristic form in the framework of the civil wars of the Roman Republic in the proscription lists. On the other hand, the victorious in such conflicts almost without exception tried to depict their successes as an important contribution to the spread of Roman influence. Octavian was the most successful in shaping of his own historical image, although already Sulla tried to influence it. Of course, in the Roman case there was neither a change of the ruling elite nor any major revolutionary upheaval.
A study connecting history of Slovenian lands to the broader Central European context, with many new insights on the role of Prince Metternich in the history of foreign politics