This item the yugoslav wars of the 1990s studies in european history by catherine baker paperback 2799 only 5 left in stock more on the way ships from and sold by amazoncom free shipping details the european union a citizens guide by chris bickerton paperback 853 in stock. This book is about the americanization of yugoslav culture and everyday life during the nineteen sixties after falling out with the eastern bloc tito turned to the united states for support and inspiration. The yugoslav wars of the 1990s catherine baker palgrave macmillian 2015 without us even realising it many of our thoughts on the history of yugoslavia and the 1990s conflict may depend on the perceptions presented to us by the authors of the books that we have been reading. In the early 1990s the balkan country of yugoslavia fell apart in a series of wars which saw ethnic cleansing and genocide return to europe the driving force was not age old ethnic tensions as the serb side liked to proclaim but distinctly modern nationalism fanned by the media and driven by politicians. Catherine baker offers an up to date balanced and concise introductory account of the yugoslav wars of the 1990s and their aftermath the volume incorporates the latest research showing how the state of the field has evolved and guides students through the existing literature topics and debates
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