Yugoslavian Inferno: Ethnoreligious Warfare in the Balkans

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Continuum Publ., 1994 - History - 248 pages
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This authoritative and comprehensive account provides a rich analysis of the complex issues that brought about the demise of Yugoslavia and the ensuing fraticidal warfare. Based on the author's extensive travels in the region, news accounts, and the author's interviews with politicians, scholars, and religious leaders, the book pays particular attention to the role of religion in fanning the flames of interethnic hatred.

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Mojzes (religious studies, Pennsylvania's Rosemont Coll.), a scholar of religion in Eastern Europe, has found fertile ground in tackling the horrendous conflict engulfing the former Yugoslavia. The ... Read full review


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Mojzes teaches at Rosemont College, Rosemont, Pennsylvania.

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