Republics of Former Yugoslavia
History of ethnic rivalries among Serbs, Croats & Muslims, civil war, religion, communism, govt., potential for peace.
# 11908 | 1,800 words | 8 sources | 1996 |
Published on May 24, 2003 in Ethnic Studies (European) , European Studies (Ethnic Displacement/Refugees) , European Studies (Race, Class, Gender Issues (incl. Ethnic Minorities))
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From the Paper:"Ethnic differences between the Balkan republics during the last century are the driving force behind today's war in the former Yugoslavia. Although once united in an uneasy peace with one another under a watered down communist regime, the republics have always been divided by ethnic, religious, and political differences. By the 1990s, these differences reached a flashpoint, and the Yugoslavian republics were headed on a collision course.
Because the Yugoslavian republics had been federally forced together despite their differences, what appeared as relative stability was, in fact, an explosion waiting to happen. Some of the differences leading to the ongoing bitterness and strife between the different republics will be examined. In addition, an overview of past communist rule will show that the republics have always struggled for autonomy, despite strong federal forces. Finally, a look at future possibilities will include a discussion of the probability of peace or continued war."
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