The changing shape of the Balkans
This timely book provides a detailed analysis of the geopolitical makeup of a region fragmented by an explosive mix of ethnic ambitions that led to a tragic and brutal war. The contributors—many of them indigenous scholars—highlight recent changes in the northern and western Balkans since the disintegration of the Yugoslav regime. Bolstered by maps and figures, the book provides an essential reference for all those needing a guide to understanding this complex and turbulent part of Europe.
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