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Lecture 18

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Department
History
Course
HIS344Y1
Professor
Vasilis Dimitriadis
Semester
Fall

Description
THE POST COLD WAR WORLD PART II THE EXPLOSION OF THE BALKANS ALBANIA THE RISE OF “SLOBO” (1987) BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA BOSNIAN SERB REPUBLIC ROMANIA SLOVENIAN AND BOSNIAN CROAT REPUBLIC CAUSESCU CROATIAN INDEPENDENCE TRANSYLVANIA THREE WAY ETHNIC CLEANSING (25 JUNE 1991) THE BREAK UP OF “WE DO NOT HAVE A DOG IN THIS YUGOSLAVIA THE “FEDERAL” ARMY FIGHT” (BAKER) AND GREATER SERBIA THE LEGACY OF TITO SIEGE OF SARAJEVO SREBRENICA ROTATING PRESIDENCY EC INVOLVEMENT THE DAYTON ACCORDS REJECTED BY BELGRADE (15 JANUARY 1992) THE KOSOVO CRISIS THE NEW NATO ORIGINS & PURPOSE “THE MOST SUCCESSFUL CFE TREATY DEFENSIVE ALLIANCE” (21 NOVEMBER 1990, PARIS) CONNECTION TO NUCLEAR (JULY 1990) DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS FORCES INDIVIDUAL FREEDOMS SHAPED MOST OF POST CONNECTION TO DÉTENTE COLD WAR EUROPE
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