Bosnia-Herzegovina: The End of a Legacy
Routledge, 2004 M08 2 - 228 pages
When the war in Bosnia-Herzegovina broke out a baffled world sought explanations from a range of experts who offered a variety of reasons for the conflict. The author of this study takes Bosnian affairs seriously and in so doing makes it much easier to grasp why the war occurred.
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