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Author Ramet, Sabrina P., 1949-

Title Balkan babel : the disintegration of Yugoslavia from the death of Tito to the fall of Milosevic / Sabrina P. Ramet.

Published Boulder, Colorado : Westview Press, 2002.

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 UniM Bail  949.7024 RAME    AVAILABLE
Edition 4th ed.
Physical description xix, 426 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Political debate, 1980-1986 -- The gathering storm, 1987-1989 -- Brotherhood and disunity, 1989-1991 -- The Catholic Church -- The Serbian Orthodox Church -- Islam -- Rock music -- Serbia and Croatia at war again -- On their own : Slovenia and Macedonia since 1991 -- The struggle for Bosnia -- The repercussions of the war in religion, gender relations, and culture -- Peace of Dayton -- Miloevi, Kosovo, and the principle of legitimacy -- Serbia's unending crisis.
Summary The fourth edition of this critically acclaimed work includes a new chapter, a new epilogue, and thorough revisions. Ramet traces the steady deterioration of Yugoslavia's political and social fabric in the years since 1980, arguing that, while the federal system and multiethnic fabric laid down fault lines, the final crisis was sown in the failure to resolve the legitimacy question, triggered by economic deterioration, and pushed forward toward war by Serbian politicians bent on power -- either within a centralized Yugoslavia or within an "ethnically cleansed" Greater Serbia. With her detailed knowledge of the area and extensive fieldwork, Ramet paints a strikingly original picture of Yugoslavia's demise and the emergence of the Yugoslav successor states.
Subject Yugoslav War, 1991-1995.
Nationalism -- Yugoslavia.
Yugoslavia -- History -- 1980-1992.
Yugoslavia -- History -- 1992-2003.
Yugoslavia -- Ethnic relations.
Former Yugoslav republics -- History.
ISBN 0813339057 (cloth : alk. paper)
0813339871 (paperback: alk. paper)