The truth about Yugoslavia: why working people should oppose intervention

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Pathfinder, 1993 - History - 89 pages
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Examines the roots of the carnage in the Yugoslav workers state, where the U.S. and European powers ere intervening militarily to advance their competing interests. Explains how groups of would-be capitalists -- fragments of the former Stalinist regime -- are fighting a war for territory and resources.

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Unfortunately a bit outdated, as it was published in 1993; a lot has happened to Yugoslavia since. The potential military intervention discussed did occur, the war has ended, Macedonia, Montenegro and ... Read full review

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