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Conflict in the Former Yugoslavia : An Encyclopedia, Hardback Book

Conflict in the Former Yugoslavia : An Encyclopedia Hardback

Edited by John B. Allcock, Marko Milivojevic, John J. Horton

Part of the Roots of Modern Conflict series



The demise of Yugoslavia resulted in a savage internal conflict that confounded European efforts to prevent it.

Intense and often instantaneous media coverage tended to produce a confusing maze of images and impressions.

This timely, easy to use reference work surveys the origins, development, people, places, events, concepts, treaties, and agreements pertaining to the conflict in the former Yugoslavia in the 1990s. Includes A-Z entries spanning topics from Albania and Ethnic Cleansing to Genocide and the International Monetary FundAlso includes an introduction, illustrations, maps, chronology, bibliography, and extensive cross-references



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