The Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s
Catherine Baker offers an up-to-date, balanced and concise introductory account of the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s and their aftermath. The volume incorporates the latest research, showing how the state of the field has evolved and guides students through the existing literature, topics and debates.
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1 Yugoslavia and Its Origins
2 The BreakUp of the Yugoslav Federation
3 From Crisis to War in Slovenia and Croatia
4 The War in BosniaHerzegovina
5 The Kosovo War and Its Aftermath
6 Peacebuilding Reconciliation and Reconstruction
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