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Wars of Yugoslav Succession, 1991–1995

  • Dennis P. Hupchick
  • Harold E. Cox

Abstract

Communist Yugoslavia was the federal construct of Tito, whose consolidation of power in the state depended on embracing the assorted national aspirations of prewar Yugoslavia’s ethnic populations. Only Tito’s ironclad central authority and determination to assert the overriding priority of Communist ideology kept the state together. His split with Stalin (see Map 50) led to the formation of Yugoslav “national communism,” with the emphasis on “Yugoslav” (rather than on Yugoslavia’s various constituent nationalities).

Keywords

Constituent Nationality Ethnic Nationality Muslim Majority Communist Ideology National Sentiment 
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Copyright information

© Dennis P. Hupchick and Harold E. Cox 2001

Authors and Affiliations

  • Dennis P. Hupchick
    • 1
  • Harold E. Cox
    • 1
  1. 1.Wilkes-BarreUSA

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