In This Review

Balkan Caesar
Balkan Caesar
By Leigh White
Scribner, 1951, 245 pp

Despite Jugoslavia's westward drift since the break with Moscow in 1948, Mr. White, who is well acquainted with Eastern Europe, is dead set against the Tito régime--its origins, its character, and its probable utility to the United States--and argues his case vigorously and often angrily. The author is, however, presenting a case, and his book provides little new information serving to clarify the more debated issues in recent Jugoslav history.