Identity and Security in Former Yugoslavia
A clear, concise and comprehensive analysis of the concept of societal security, this groundbreaking book systematically applies the concept of societal security to the five successor states of Former Yugoslavia - Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia and Macedonia. Looking at the past and present, it studies the implications for the future. Well-researched and highly informative, this text should be required reading for those interested in ethnic studies and international relations.
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