Europe and The Desintregation of Yugoslavia

Radmila Nakarada (autor)

Europe and The Desintregation of Yugoslavia

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Europe is natural homeland of Yugoslavia, although it has never fully accepted her. Europe has insisted on distances, practiced exclusions but the consequences of the transformation of the European order have never evaded her. As a semiperipheric, multietnic, country wounded by experiences of extreme violence in the past, unsuccesful in dealing with its own externalThe breakdown of Yugoslavia is in odher words a story of many stories. Some of them this collection of articles has attempted to reflect.
Europe is the natural homeland of Yugoslavia, although it has never fully accepted her.

Europe has insisted on distances, practised exclusions but the consequences of the transformation of the europian order have never evaded Yugoslavia. As a semiperipheric, multietnic, country wounded by experience of extreme violence in the past, unsuccessful in dealing with its own internal challenges. Europe has been the co-author of number of the Yugoslav traumas, including the current one.


Ostali naslovi iz oblasti: Politika

Izdavač: Institut za evropske studije; 1994; Broširani povez; latinica; 24 cm; 226 str.;