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Title: Remaking the Balkans. Chatham House Papers. The Royal Institute of International Affairs
Description: London England, Pinter, 1991. 1st Paperback Edition, Binding: Soft Cover, Very Good. 8vo - over 7" - 9" Tall Octavo 0861870867 Paperback Paperback. Remaking the Balkans. The crisis in Yugoslavia has once again thrust the Balkans into the international limelight. But in southeastern Europe, perhaps more that anywehere, events are comprehensible only in terms of the region's troubled history. For more than four decades, the cold war has ensured not only a flow of aid into the region but also a certain kind of stability. The collapse of communisim has brought to the fore the old disputes between states, and between nations and minorities within them. Some of these disputes threaten to develop into civil war, as the volatile situation in Yugoslavia has shown, or even into armed conflict between states. This highly topical study assesses the political and secutiry implications for neighbouring states, and for the international community as a whole. the author offers ideas on how the map of the Balkans might be recast to deal with some of these problems, and how international mechanisms might be used to contain crises in the short term. 113 pp.

Keywords: Non Fiction Remaking Balkans Yugolsavia Political Security Implications Neighbouring States History 0861870867

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