First published in 1997, this volume explores ethnic conflict alongside the creation and disintegration of the short-lived Yugoslav state, 17 years after the death of Tito. Processes of democratization tend to elicit differences within the population along deep-seated ethnic, religious and cultural differences. Dr. Gojko Vuekovic argues that the situation is no different in post-Cold War Yugoslavia. By setting out Yugoslavia’s worst-case scenario of ethnic tensions, Dr. Vuekovic hopes to inform responses to ethnic conflict in the wider modern world.
1. Ethnic Conflict Reemerged. 2. Ethnic Conflict in Scholarship. 3. Model for Comparative Study of Ethnic Conflict. 4. Creation of Yugoslavia. 5. The First Yugoslav State. 6. Creation of the Second Yugoslavia and Tito’s Era. 7. Yugoslavia after Tito and Disintegration. 8. Summary and Conclusions.
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