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Economic Struggle for Power in Titos Yugoslavia

From World War II to Non-Alignment

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        StatementI. B. Tauris & Company, Limited
        PublishersI. B. Tauris & Company, Limited
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        Paginationxvi, 96 p. :
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That Yugoslavia had an enormous importance for the balance of the Cold War world in Europe is unquestionable. While this move led to some easing of the bilateral tensions between Yugoslavia and the USSR, the Soviets were told clearly that Yugoslavia and its people had no intention of joining the Warsaw Pact.

He was also assistant professor at the National Research University — Higher School of Economics, Moscow.

Economic Struggle for Power in Tito's Yugoslavia: From World War II to Non

The contributors look at work and workers in Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, the German Democratic Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Yugoslavia. A PRIOR GLOBALIZATION My recent focus on NAM emerges directly from my interests in globalization and post-coloniality. This event is a lecture and book launch by PhD alumnus and former LSE Fellow, Dr Vladimir Unkovski-Korica. The study concluded: 1 Yugoslavia is of interest to the US for geostrategic reasons related to NATO's security; 2 for economic, political, and cultural reasons it is important that Yugoslavia remain independent to reduce the likelihood of her returning Economic Struggle for Power in Titos Yugoslavia the Soviet sphere of influence thus upsetting the balance of power in the Mediterranean; and 3 based on the above interest the US should foment political, economic, military and humanitarian policies to foster Yugoslav independence within the bounds of US integrity, values, and beliefs.

He also shows that Cold War pressures impacted on domestic processes in ways which became familiar to many states in the Third World. A comprehensive history based on new archival research, this book will appeal to scholars and students of European Studies, International Relations and Politics, as well as to historians of the Balkans. For the first time Tito and his closest collaborators realized the real danger the renewed Croatian nationalism posed for the stability and unity of Yugoslavia.

Journal of Peace Research, Vol. With her detailed knowledge of the organic connections between politics, culture, and religion, Ramet paints a strikingly original picture of Yugoslavia's demise and the emergence of the Yugoslav successor states.

NAM becomes a litmus test for the changing spatial and political contours of resistance by the colonized, as Gupta argues, albeit with its own silences and erasures, including, so far as I have been able to ascertain, a lack of any reflection on gender-based violence and oppression. To conclude, it should be obvious that exploring socialist Yugoslavia and the non-aligned movement through a kind of post-colonial lens represents a valid way through a mass of material, allowing for the construction of a plausible story that refuses a singular master narrative.

Ramet Publisher: Cambridge University Press ISBN: Category: Political Science Page: View: 835 Building democracy in societies that have known only authoritarian rule for half a century is complicated.