The Fragmentation of Yugoslavia
Nationalism and War in the Balkans
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|Format: ||Paperback, 243 pages, 2nd 2000 Edition|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 July 2000|
World War I created the state of Yugoslavia in 1918 and, in a series of wars, starting in 1991, Yugoslavia was replaced by several new and smaller states. The victors had always presented these wars as wars of national liberation: each war was fought for the sacred cause of national liberty. The book traces the origins of ideologies, appealing to the cause of national liberty, and outlines their use in the creation of new states and new political regimes in the Balkans.
Table of Contents
List of Maps Preface to the Second Edition Guide to Pronunciation PART I: A COMMON HOMELAND OF THE SOUTH SLAVS Yugoslavia at the Crossroads of the South Slavs The First Yugoslavia World War II The Second Yugoslavia PART II: THE HOMELAND FRAGMENTED From a Centralised State to a Semiconfederation The Loss of Legitimacy 1980-9 The Rise of Nationalism: From Dissidence to Power 1980-90 The Rise of New National Elites 1987-90 On the Road to War: 1990-1 Wars for Independence: Slovenia and Croatia 1991-1995 Bosnia-Hercegovina: An Unfinished National Liberation? Kosovo: National Liberation through Foreign Intervention Epilogue: National Liberations: Is there an end to them? Further Reading Notes and References Index
Aleksandar Pavkovic is the author of "Slobodan Jovanovic: An Unsentimental Approach to Politics".
About the Author
ALEKSANDAR PAVKOVIC is Associate Professor in Politics at Macquarie University, Sydney. He is the author of Slobodan Jovanovic: An Unsentimental Approach to Politics and an editor of Nationalism and Postcommunism and Contemporary Yugoslav Philosophy: The Analytic Approach.
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