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South-Eastern Europe After Tito: A Powder-Keg for the 1980s
South-Eastern Europe After Tito: A Powder-Keg for the 1980s
Edited by David Carlton and Carlo Schaerf
St. Martin's, 1983, 211 pp.

A curious melange of individual pieces on the Balkans and eastern Mediterranean, in which authors from East, West and in between talk past each other. The only sign of a common theme is a fascination with the idea of a nuclear-free zone.