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Balkan Babel 4E: The Disintegration of Yugoslavia from the Death of Tito to the Fall of Milosevic Paperback – 8 Jan 2002
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Balkan Babel In the 1980s, under economic deterioration and the pressure of Serbia's ambitious political establishment, Yugoslavia broke up along ethnic fault lines. This volume recounts socialist Yugoslavia's troubles and the challenges facing its successor states from May 1980 to December 2000. Full description
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In reference to the previous reviewer - this is an account that is not at all biased. And Prof. Ramet can hardly be blamed of warmongering. If lamenting the indecisiveness of the world community to react to attrocities and war crimes not seen since WWII is warmongering, then I don't know what isn't. Prof. Ramet is spot on in her analysis. I warmly recommend this book to anybody who wants to really learn about what once was Yugoslavia and why it fell apart.
And so on, many details are distorted to fit the author's prejudice. It is important to look at all the facts before writing a fact book.