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The Yugoslav Conflict and its Implications for International Relations

edited by: Stefano Bianchini and Robert Craig Nation
published by: A. Longo Editore
pp: 256
ISBN: 88-8063-146-2
price: € 15.49

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The wars of separation in the former Yugoslavia have provoked a major crisis of regional order with considerable implications for Europe and the international community as a whole. This collection seeks to identify some of the larger implications of the Yugoslav conflict for the conduct of interstate relations in the new international environment of the post-Cold War.

The studies assembled here are grouped around three broad categories. First, they address problems relating to the politics of force and international peacekeeping, including a critical analysis of the Dayton peace process. Second, they look at the foreign policy priorities of major state actors in the Balkan region. And third, they examine some of the larger problems in international theory that have been posed by the violent breakup of the Yugoslav federation.
 
The Yugoslav case is a tragic one, and it cannot yet be presumed to have run its course. For that reason among others, careful reflection upon the sources of the conflict, the challenges of peacemaking, and the lessons to be drawn from the experience are indispensable.

 

Chapter-by-chapter

Acknowledgements by the Co-Editors

Foreword, Stefano Bianchini and Robert Craig Nation
 
Robert Craig Nation, Introduction. The Yugoslav Conflict and Its Implications for International Relations

Mario Zucconi, The West and the Balkan Conflict
Robert Craig Nation, Peacekeeping in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Lessons and Prospects
Oya Akgönenç, A Precarious Peace in Bosnia-Herzegovina: The Dayton Accord and Its Prospect for Success
George Andreopoulos, Enforcing Humanitarian Action: Lessons from UNPROFOR and UNOSOM
Damir Grubisa, The "Peace Agenda " in Croatia: The UN Peacekeeping Operation Between Failure and Success
Alla A. Iaz'kova, The Emergence of Post-Cold War Russian Foreign Policy Priorities
Il'ja Levin, Why Does Russia Lack a Balkan Policy?
Luigi Vittorio Ferraris, An Outline for an Italian Policy in the Balkans: Background and Implementation in 1996
Roberto Spanò, Children of a Lesser God? Albania and Albanians between Balkan Dreams and European Images
Giampiero Giacomello, Europe Whole and Undivided? Prospects for Cooperation with Balkan Europe
Ivan Ivekovic, State Development and the Political Economy of International Relations: The Asymmetrical Client-State in the Balkans and Transcaucasia
Pamela Ballinger, Convivenza e Civiltà: Visions of Europe at the Edge of the Balkans
 
List of Contributors

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