International Public Opinion and the Bosnia Crisis
Does public opinion matter in international conflict resolution? Does national foreign policy remain independent of public opinion and the media? International Public Opinion and the Bosnia Crisis examines, through U.S., Canadian, and European case studies, how public reaction impacted democratic governments' response to the ethnic and religious conflict in Bosnia during the period from 1991-1997. Each case study offers an overview of the national media coverage and public reaction to the war in the former Yugoslavia and examines the links between public opinion and political and military intervention in Bosnia. The result is a comprehensive evaluation of the complex relationship between public opinion, media coverage, and foreign policy decision-making.
Što ljudi govore - Napišite recenziju
Na uobičajenim mjestima nismo pronašli nikakve recenzije.
British Attitudes toward the Bosnian Situation
US Public Opinion on Intervention in Bosnia
Raison détat or Raison populaire? The Influence of Public Opinion on Frances Bosnia Policy
Russian DecisionMaking Regarding Bosnia Indifferent Public and Feuding Elites
Massacring in Front of a Blind Audience? Italian Public Opinion and Bosnia
Innocence Lost The Netherlands and the Yugoslav Conflict
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Stranica 13 - But, alongside a cease-fire and a withdrawal of troops, it does not provide for any steps to be taken by the United Nations for a peace settlement, without which a cease-fire will be only of temporary value at best. Surely, we should have used this opportunity to link a cease-fire to the absolute necessity of a political settlement in Palestine and for the Suez...
Stranica 12 - ... you know as well as we do that right, as the world goes, is only in question between equals in power, while the strong do what they can and the weak suffer what they must.