Bosnia and Beyond: The "Quiet" Revolution That Wouldn't Go Quietly

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Could the US, should the US, have prevented the break up of Yugoslavia? The author examines the dire consequences of the rapid economic reforms demanded by the West and asks where responsibility lies when external pressures destroy a nation and lead to national meltdown. Bosnia and Beyond: The "Quiet" Revolution that wouldn't go quietly is, in part, the story of how the West destroyed a country through the imposition of economic and political reform. Promoted as a way to modernize Yugoslavia and bring it into the mainstream ...

Bosnia and Beyond: The "Quiet" Revolution That Wouldn't Go Quietly 2006, Algora Publishing, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780875864280

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Bosnia and Beyond: The "Quiet" Revolution That Wouldn't Go Quietly (Hc) 2006, Algora Publishing

ISBN-13: 9780875864297

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