Breaking Down Bipolarity: Yugoslavia's Foreign Relations During the Cold War (Rethinking the Cold War #11) (Hardcover)

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Breaking Down Bipolarity: Yugoslavia's Foreign Relations During the Cold War (Rethinking the Cold War #11) (Hardcover)

By Martin Previsic (Editor)

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This book is aimed at presenting fresh views, interpretations, and reinterpretations of some already researched issues relating to the Yugoslav foreign policy and international relations up to year 1991. Yugoslavia positioned itself as a communist state that was not under the heel of the Soviet diplomacy and policy and as such was perceived by the West as an acceptable partner and useful tool in counteracting the Soviet influence.

Martin Previsic, University of Zagreb, Croatia.
Product Details ISBN: 9783110654677
ISBN-10: 3110654679
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Publication Date: October 4th, 2021
Pages: 297
Language: English
Series: Rethinking the Cold War