Ethnic Nationalism: The Tragic Death of Yugoslavia

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U of Minnesota Press, 1996 - History - 259 pages
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This essential resource provides a cogent, comprehensive historical analysis of Yugoslavia's demise, one that clearly identifies events and trends that urgently demand the world's attention.
 

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Following After the Flood: World Politics and Democracy in the Wake of Communism (LJ 3/15/93), Denitch again examines the demise of communism-this time turning his attention to Yugoslavia. The result ... Read full review

Contents

Why Former Yugoslavia Matters The New Independent Yugoslav
18
Chapter 2
51
A Relatively Successful Federal State A Titoist Con
73
Chapter 3
76
Abstractions Passions Victims Nationalism Jeopardizing Commu
92
Chapter 5
127
Chapter
149
Politics of Theater and Politics of Identity The Real Alternatives
165
A PERSONAL SUMMARY
173
Fall 1QQ3
186
Not an East European Product No Winners
202
The Beginning of the Road to Dayton Serb Defeats
231
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
245
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