From Tito to Milosevic: Yugoslavia, the Lost Country

From Tito to Milosevic: Yugoslavia, the Lost Country

by Michael Barratt Brown
     
 

An overview of Yugoslavia from its creation during the United Nations negotiations with Tito during World War II through its breakup in the Balkan war, this work examines the political history of this deeply divided state. Providing not only an in-depth summary of the conventional view of Yugoslavian history, but also laying out one of the first written accounts of

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An overview of Yugoslavia from its creation during the United Nations negotiations with Tito during World War II through its breakup in the Balkan war, this work examines the political history of this deeply divided state. Providing not only an in-depth summary of the conventional view of Yugoslavian history, but also laying out one of the first written accounts of the negotiations between Tito and the United Nations, this study adds a number of original historical arguments. What lies ahead for the troubled Balkan region and what responsibilities the United States and Germany have in restoration and regulation are also discussed.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780850365528
Publisher:
Merlin Press Limited, The
Publication date:
09/01/2005
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
208
Product dimensions:
5.94(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.59(d)

Meet the Author

Michael Barrat Brown has been visiting Yugoslavia since it was reborn under Tito more than 50 years ago. He is the author of The Blair Revelation: Deliverance for Whom?, Models in Political Economy, Third Way . . . Where to?, and The Yugoslav Tragedy.

Table of Contents

Ch. 1The trial of Slobodan Milosevic1
Ch. 2Sarajevo, April 194523
Ch. 3Yugoslavs in exile, Egypt, 1943-429
Ch. 4War relief planning for Yogoslavia - Bari, Italy, 1944-539
Ch. 5UNRRA relief in Bosnia and Hercegovina, 1945-655
Ch. 6UNRRA rehabilitation, Belgrade, 1946-773
Ch. 7Tito's break with Stalin, 1948-5787
Ch. 8Workers's self-management, 1958-7497
Ch. 9Socialism in the world, 1975-85111
Ch. 10Nationality and nationalism, 1986-90121
Ch. 11Descent into war : Croatia and Bosnia, 1991-5135
Ch. 12Kosovo and NATO's war on Yugoslavia, 1996-9153
Closure : what is left of Yugoslavia after sixty years?169

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