Britain, NATO, and the Lessons of the Balkan Conflicts, 1991-1999

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Stephen Badsey, Paul Chester Latawski
Frank Cass, 2004 - Education - 261 pages
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This publication considers the lessons to be gained for Britain, the British armed forces, and for NATO as a whole, from the Yugoslav wars of dissolution (1991-1999), with particular emphasis on the Kosovo crisis. The papers come from a diverse and high quality mixture of analysts, practitioners and policy-makers. The issues developed here represent a significant advance in the emerging debate on the lessons to be learnt from the Balkan experience, which will shape thinking on defence and international security far into the new millennium.

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About the author (2004)

Dr Stephen Badsey is a Senior Lecturer at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst and editor of The Media and International Security in the Sandhurst Conference series.

Dr Paul Latowski is also a Senior Lecturer at Sandhurst and has edited a number of books including Contemporary Nationalism in East Central Europe.

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