Yugoslav-American Relations Since World War Ii

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Yugoslav-American Relations Since World War Ii

By John R. Lampe, Russell O. Prickett and Ljubisa S. Adamovic
Duke University Press, 1991
249 pp. $35.00

The task is divided by three authors-an American professor of history, a business consultant and former foreign service officer, and a Yugoslav professor of economics. Lampe traces the history of postwar U.S. economic involvement with Yugoslavia; Prickett deals with the practical details of U.S. policy and the challenges of engaging Western investment in Yugoslavia; Adamovic writes about Yugoslav economic reform. This is a serious, sustained study.

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