The Drama in Former Yugoslavia: The Beginning of the End Or the End of the Beginning?

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DIANE Publishing, 1995 - 119 pages
Discusses four aspects of the situation in the former Yugoslavia: the realities of the Bosnian situation including military factors that could influence events and change in Serbian strategy in Bosnia-Herzegovina; civil-military relations in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia with an inside view of the interaction of Serb politics and politicians with the Yugoslav army and police force; the strategic role of the eastern Adriatic coast in the 20th century; and a comparison between the conflict situation which preceded and surrounded the Berlin Congress of 1878 and the current situation in Bosnia.

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