The Yugoslav Drama
McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP, 1996 - Broj stranica: 304
Crnobrnja discusses in detail the part of the drama most visible to the world -- the rapid dissolution of the country following civil war and internationalization. He emphasizes the dichotomy between the lack of compromise on the part of the Yugoslav participants and the natural tendency to compromise that characterizes both the European Communities and the processes and actions of the United Nations. In a synthesis of the immediate situation, he draws together the threads of the story to consider and analyse possible future scenarios and to place them in a broader Balkan and European context. The updated second edition provides an evaluation of events in the ongoing struggle over the last two years and the prospects for peace in the near future.
Što ljudi govore - Napišite recenziju
Na uobičajenim mjestima nismo pronašli nikakve recenzije.
Preface to the Second Edition xv
Origins of the Idea and the State
The Tito Years
The New Wave of Serbian Nationalism
The War in Bosnia and Herzegovina
The European Community Steps In
A Call for Blue Helmets
Drawing the Threads Together
The Balkan Endgame
Is There a Solution?
A Chance for Peace at Last
Ostala izdanja - Prikaži sve
accepted action aggressive agreement Albanian army attempt Balkans became become borders Bosnia brought called cent central century claim clear Communist Community confrontation considerable constitution course created crisis Croatia Croats democratic difficult drama economic effect elections ethnic Europe European European Community existence fact federal fighting finally followed force foreign former gain German ground idea important independence integrity interests involved issue Italy Kosovo largely later leaders leadership less living Macedonia majority military Milošević Muslims nationalist objective offered organized parties peace political population position possible Presidency pressure principles problems question recognition region republics result Second Serbia Serbs side situation Slav Slovenes Slovenia solution South strong structure territory Tito took turn United unity wanted West World Yugoslav Yugoslavia