Yugoslavia's Security Dilemmas: Armed Forces, National Defence And Foreign Policy

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Yugoslavia's Security Dilemmas: Armed Forces, National Defence And Foreign Policy

Edited by Marko Milivojevic, John B. Allcock and Pierre Maur
Berg, 1988
324 pp.
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There is a mine of good material and analysis here, mainly for devotees of Yugoslav history and politics but also for those concerned generally with the role of the military in society and with the defense problems of small nonaligned nations. Two key questions get special attention: the possibility of a military takeover in Yugoslavia and the capacity of Yugoslavia's "total national defense" strategy to meet the test of war.

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