This book focuses on the recent political and economic events in the former Yugoslavia. The author presents a clear, detailed and accessible breakdown of the developments in: Bosnia-Hercegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Slovenia and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro). The role of the West in the more unstable countries of the Former Yugoslavia has been reassessed in the light of the terrorist attacks on the United States and the fall of Afghanistan. The involvement of the US, in particular, in countries affected by ethnic strife has been brought under scrutiny, as has the role of international military and civilian involvement in maintaining peace and rebuilding economies and political structures. This book contributes to these debates by providing a unique level of coverage of economic and political developments in former Yugoslav countries. It will provide an invaluable source of reference for all those interested in transitional and developing countries.recognition accord with his Yugoslav counterpart Milan Milutinovic. ... (A new clause in the criminal code allows a maximum sentence of three years for insulting high officials.) Radio 101 is the last independent radio station. A series ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Former Yugoslavia at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2003-08-27|