Reflections on the Balkan Wars: Ten Years After the Break-up of Yugoslavia

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Palgrave Macmillan, Jan 17, 2004 - HISTORY - 260 pages
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In this collection scholars, policymakers, and military officials explore the conditions that gave rise to the Balkan wars in the 1990s, the application of international law to the wars, the conduct of the wars, and post-war issues. The essays are based on presentations given at the International Conference on the Balkans held at Florida Atlantic University in February 2002. The contributors come from varied backgrounds, including international law, genocide studies, peacekeeping, European politics, communications, history, and military studies.

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Jeffrey S. Morton is Associate Professor of International Law and Politics and Paul Forage is Assistant Professor of History, both at Florida Atlantic University. Stefano Bianchini is Associate Professor and Director of the Center for Central-Eastern Europe and the Balkans at the University of Bologna. Craig Nation is Professor of military studies in the Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College.

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