Bosnia-Herzegovina: The End of a Legacy

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Psychology Press, 2003 - Political Science - 228 pages
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The Bosnian war is often explained in terms of ancient hatred or inability of post-communist society to go through a peaceful transition. Both arguments tend to omit a decade immediately prior to the war, which inevitably led to a bloody collapse of the society. The author covers this period, which was characterized by strong communist rule, beginning in 1972 and ending in the 1980s as a consequence of a series of political and economic scandals.
 

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Neven Andjelic was one of the leaders of the unofficial peace movement, and founded the Green Movement of Bosnia-Herzegovina.

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