State Collapse in South-Eastern Europe: New Perspectives on Yugoslavia's Disintegration
Lenard J. Cohen, Jasna Dragović-Soso
Purdue University Press, 2008 - History - 413 pages
This multidisciplinary approach explores the historical antecedents and the dynamic process of Yugoslavia's violent dissolution. The volume, a compilation by distinguished scholars, examines issues broadening the understanding of the Yugoslav case, and also sheds light on how to deal with future episodes of state fragility and failure. Moreover, fifteen years after the Yugoslav crisis, the volume fills in the "blank spots" in the historical record.
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Why did Yugoslavia Disintegrate? an Overview of Contending Explanations
THE HISTORICAL LEGACY
The Evolution of Interwar Yugoslav Politics 19181941
A Historical Essay
THE SOCIALIST LEGACY
SelfDetermination in Socialist Yugoslavia1
Reopening of the National Question in the 1960s
The Croatian Spring and the Dissolution of Yugoslavia
The Failure of Common Educational Cores in Yugoslavia in the early 1980s
The InterRegional Struggle for Resources and the Fall of Yugoslavia
A Tactical Move or an Ultimate Solution?
Policy or Confluence of Tactics?
The Army without a State?
The Disintegration of Yugoslavia and Western Foreign Policy in the 1980s
Yugoslavia in Comparative Perspective
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