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Ethnic nationalism : the tragic death of Yugoslavia / Bogdan Denitch
Bib ID 1697782
Format BookBook
Author
Denitch, Bogdan
 
Description Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c1994 
ix, 229 p. : map ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0816624585
0816624593
Full contents
  • Introduction: The Relevance of the Death of Yugoslavia
  • Ch. 1. Essential Background on Yugoslavia
  • Ch. 2. What Happens When Ethnos Becomes Demos
  • Ch. 3. Troubled Transitions: Post-Communist Societies in Crisis
  • Ch. 4. Nationalism as the Nemesis of Democratic Alternatives
  • Ch. 5. No Democracy Without Both Universalism and Modernity
  • Ch. 6. Nationalism, Globalism, and Democracy
  • Ch. 7. A Personal Summary
  • Postscript: Fall 1993: Ethnic Nationalism as It Really Exists.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-218) and index.

Subjects Yugoslav War, 1991-1995.  |  Nationalism - Yugoslavia.  |  Yugoslavia - History - 1980-1992.  |  Yugoslavia - Ethnic relations.

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