Yugoslavia in Transition: Choices and Constraints : Essays in Honour of Fred Singleton

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Frederick Bernard Singleton, John B. Allcock, John Joseph Horton, Marko Milivojević
Berg, 1992 - Business & Economics - 461 pages
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A collection of papers written in honour of Fred Singleton by a panel of authorities on Eastern Europe. Contributors assess the present and future prospects for Yugoslavia in the light of that country's social, political and cultural heritage as it has evolved in the years since 1945. A general overview of Yugoslavia's geography, economy, society and political institutions is followed by a group of papers in which the focus narrows to examine specific topics such as military intelligence and security, ecology and the management of the environment, nationalism and tourism.

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These essays, dedicated to the late British scholar Fred Singleton, make a solid contribution to our understanding of Yugoslavia. Among the 14 substantive chapters, a few, such as Marko Milivojevic's ... Read full review

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Yugoslavia in Geographical Perspective
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About the author (1992)

In addition toundergraduateteaching in a wide variety of areas of the discipline, I became an internationally recognised specialist inn the study of the former Yugoslavia. I served as an advisor to Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Commons, and as an expert witness to the International War Crimes Tribunal in The Hague

Milivojevic is with the Research Unit in South East European Studies, University of Bradford.

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