The Death of Yugoslavia
This is a survey of the pressures and events that contributed to the break-up of former Yugoslavia - considered from a historical rather than a political or sociological point of view. The book accompanies a six-part series on BBC2, screened in 1995. This edition has one extra chapter that takes the narrative up to the Dayton Accord.
LAYING THE CHARGE
No One Should Dare to Beat You 377
No Way Back
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