War And Change In The Balkans

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War And Change In The Balkans

Author : Brad K. Blitz
ISBN : 0521677734
Genre : History
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A contemporary history of the Balkans from the break-up of Yugoslavia to the present day, first published in 2006.
Category: History

Conflict Areas In The Balkans

Author : Pınar Yürür
ISBN : 9781498599207
Genre : Political Science
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The situation in the Balkans, such as the solution to the status of Kosovo, is currently the largest international political problem in Europe, with the potential to burst into a world crisis regarding the Eastern - Western relations. On the other hand, a successful solution to the problem in the Balkans could serve as a model for solving the Muslim - Christian tensions elsewhere in the world. It is the intention of this book to contribute proposals for solutions to the problems of Balkans. The starting principle for the solutions to be effective is that they should come in a natural way from the people below and should not be enforced by the political elites from above. Based on self-determination of nations as a starting principle, they should encourage intra-regional cooperation among the regional entities (economic, cultural, sport, as a basis for political, social understanding and cooperation); secondly, accelerate their economic, political and social development and thirdly, as a final step enable the inclusion of the Balkan countries into the European Union.
Category: Political Science

A Nation At War In An Era Of Strategic Change

Author : Williamson Murray
ISBN : UOM:39015061385509
Genre : Asymmetric warfare
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The President, Secretary of Defense, and the Army's Chief of Staff have all stated that the United States is a "Nation at War." The U.S. military faces significant strategic challenges as it continues to transform the force and improve interagency integration into joint operations, all the while engaging in active combat operations associated with the Global War on Terrorism. This collection of outstanding essays--three of which won prestigious writing awards--by the students enrolled in the Army War College's Advanced Strategic Art Program (ASAP) highlight some of these strategic challenges and offer thoughtful solutions. They provide insights that will undoubtedly prove useful to decisionmakers at the highest levels of our national security establishment. ASAP graduates continue to make their mark as outstanding theater strategists in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff and Army Staff, and in the Combatant Commands.
Category: Asymmetric warfare

Notes From The Balkans

Author : Sarah F. Green
ISBN : 9780691121994
Genre : Social Science
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Maps and borders notwithstanding, some places are best described as "gaps"--places with repeatedly contested boundaries that are wedged in between other places that have clear boundaries. This book explores an iconic example of this in the contemporary Western imagination: the Balkans. Drawing on richly detailed ethnographic research around the Greek-Albanian border, Sarah Green focuses her groundbreaking analysis on the ambiguities of never quite resolving where or what places are. One consequence for some Greek peoples in this border area is a seeming lack of distinction--but in a distinctly "Balkan" way. In gaps (which are never empty), marginality is, in contrast with conventional understandings, not a matter of difference and separation--it is a lack thereof. Notes from the Balkans represents the first ethnographic approach to exploring "the Balkans" as an ideological concept. Green argues that, rather than representing a tension between "West" and "East," the Balkans makes such oppositions ambiguous. This kind of marginality means that such places and peoples can hardly engage with "multiculturalism." Moreover, the region's ambiguity threatens clear, modernist distinctions. The violence so closely associated with the region can therefore be seen as part of continual attempts to resolve the ambiguities by imposing fixed separations. And every time this fails, the region is once again defined as a place that will continually proliferate such dangerous ambiguity, and could spread it somewhere else.
Category: Social Science

Arrogance And Anxiety

Author : Lancelot L. Farrar
ISBN : UOM:39015008604996
Genre : History
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The Grooves Of Change

Author : J. F. Brown
ISBN : 082232637X
Genre : History
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Author : Francine Friedman
ISBN : UOM:39015032575774
Genre : Reference
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This reference work catalogues all English-language books and journal articles about the former Yugoslavia. It contains over 9000 entries, arranged by subject and is fully indexed. The bibliographic citations are arranged under broad subject headings (geography, history and so on). The major subject headings are further broken dowen into easy-to-follow headings and sub-headings.
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Revolution And Change In Central And Eastern Europe

Author : Minton F. Goldman
ISBN : 1563247577
Genre : History
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A comprehensive analysis of the progress and problems of post-communist development attending to aspects of transition in the region as a whole and to specific issues in Albania, Bulgaria, the Czech and Slovak Republics, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Rumania, and Yugoslavia. Goldman (political science, Northeastern U.) diagrams the commonalities of development and the diversity of the various countries' rejection of communism, setting forth the difficulties in moving from communist monolithic authoritarianism to pluralistic democracy, coping with threats to progress and stability, and the international implications of these transitions. Paper edition (758-5), $32.95. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Economic Change In The Balkan States

Author : Örjan Sjöberg
ISBN : STANFORD:36105035202485
Genre : Balkan Peninsula
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These papers describe the economic conditions in four Balkan Countries during the 1980s, examine the current economic programmes of their governments, and consider the prospects of their economies in the 1990s. The contributors include scholars from the West and from the countries concerned.
Category: Balkan Peninsula

Survey Sarajevo

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ISBN : UCAL:B4273242
Genre : Social sciences
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Balkan War Report

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ISBN : UOM:39015052831990
Genre : Balkan Peninsula
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The Western Balkans

Author : Milan Bufon
ISBN : UCBK:C107353402
Genre : Constitutional history
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Category: Constitutional history

Clio In The Balkans

Author : Christina Koulouri
ISBN : UOM:39015059167182
Genre : Balkan Peninsula
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Balkan Forum

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ISBN : UOM:39015048604501
Genre : Balkan Peninsula
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Category: Balkan Peninsula