The World and Yugoslavia's Wars
Publisher: Council on Foreign Relations Press | ISBN: 0876091915 | edition 1996 | PDF | 230 pages | 105 mb
The World And Yugoslavia's Wars addresses the questions arising from the Yugoslavian experience of national dissolution through a series of wars and social breakdowns, the implications for other situations of communal conflict in the face of the international community's inability to take timely action when war enveloped Bosnia and Croatia, the implications for future peacekeeping actions by the United Nations and NATO. The specialists on international relations who have contributed include Thomas Weiss, Stanley Hoffmann, David Gompert, Paul Goble, Richard Sobel, Jean Manas, Abram & Antonia Handler Chayes, and the editor, Richard Ullman. The World And Yugoslavia's Wars is a vital and timely addition to any Balkan studies program.