The Fall of Yugoslavia: The Third Balkan War

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Penguin Books, 1994 - Bosnia and Hercegovina - 257 pages
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An account of the labyrinth of Yugoslavian politics, offering an eyewitness chronicle of the events that rekindled the violent conflict and people involved in the war in BosniaHercegovina.

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Excellent writing and insight into the collapse of Yugoslavia and the problems presented within. Misha does a great job of unraveling the knots that are associated with this area and explaining them. The fact he was there and witnessed most of it for himself helps tremendously. Read full review

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The "bestiality'' of what Glenny calls the Third Balkan War "springs the boundaries of moral comprehension,'' but our understanding of the Yugoslav civil war is aided by these two excellent works of ... Read full review

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Misha Glenny was born in 1958 and educated at Bristol Universty and Charles University in Prague. His coverage of the fall of communism in 1989-1990 was widely acclaimed and led to the writing of his first book, The Rebirth of History. During the Yugoslav crisis of the early 1990s, he was the Central Europe correspondent for the BBC World Service. In 1993, he won a Sony Award for his coverage of Yugoslavia. Glenny's The Fall of Yugoslavia (1993) won the Overseas Press Club Award for Best Book on Foreign Affairs. His other books include McMafia: Journey through the Global Underworld and DarkMarket: Cyberthieves, Cybercops, and You.   He has written for most major news outlets in Europe, North America, Africa and Asia and has lectured around the world, most recently as a Visiting Professor at Columbia University.

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