Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

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  • Ethnic Conflict Of The Soviet Union

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    Ethnic Conflict With a long stemming past of ethnic conflict within Yugoslavia, the country at long last disassembled over what historians would argue was “The bloodiest war in Europe since World War II” (Multi-Ethnic Conflict: Yugoslavia.). Yugoslavia was a country composed of six republics- The socialist republic of Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, and Slovenia. The country was created after world war one in 1929 and was under the control of the Soviet Union up until

  • The Yugoslav Wars: The Greatest Conflicts Since World War II Essay

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    Known as Europe’s deadliest conflict since World War II, the Yugoslav Wars (also known as the Wars of Yugoslav Succession, the Yugoslav Civil War, or the War in the Balkans) were a series of wars fought in the former Yugoslavia in the early 1990s. Though the entire conflict can be divided up into four distinct wars, they are related due to their common origin and the presence of the same ethnoreligious groups in the multiple wars. These wars have become notorious due to the atrocious war crimes

  • The History Of Croatia

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    to the rule by the Ottoman empire to the World Wars and most recently, the breakdown of Yugoslavia, this region has not had a boring moment in history. Such a long history of conflict has impacted the people of this region in ways that still matter today, such as ethnic identity and religion. While this extended, complicated history has given Croatia depth, it is not all the country has going for it. Yugoslavia broke into 7 new states, leaving each with the challenge to develop and strengthen themselves

  • Transition from Socialism to Capitalism in Bosnia

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    games, it seems that the battle between the two systems has come to an end. Capitalism proved to be the stronger system and, as a result, globalization became the most descriptive attribute of the world economy in the current century. Most of the socialist countries decided, or were forced, to start a painful process of transition, which would enable them to become capitalist countries in the future. The countries in transition have had to deal with numerous problems such as political and economic

  • The Split of Yougoslavia

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    DISCUSS the reasons of the split of Yugoslavia and its consequences on its people and society. After the Second World War, the great nation of Yugoslavia was formed by countries considered similar but extremely diverse in contexts of religion, culture and ideals. The break up of this nation resulted from the weaknesses in government after the death of their leader and national tensions which had been present for centuries. From this, the Yugoslav war had been triggered impacting the peace amongst

  • Yugoslavia Essay

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    One of the youngest nations of Europe, Yugoslavia was created after World War I as a homeland for several different rival ethnic groups. The country was put together mostly from remnants of the collapsed Ottoman Empire and Austria-Hungary. Demands for self-determination by Slovenes, Croats, Serbs, and others were ignored. Yugoslavia thus became an uneasy association of peoples conditioned by centuries of ethnic and religious hatreds. World War II aggravated these rivalries, but Communist dictatorship

  • Serbia and Kosovo: From Myth to Genocide Essay

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    Introduction. “The taking of hostages was an immoral act. We had to do whatever we could just to eliminate that dirty story from the history of Serbs.” (Slobodan Milosevic in an interview for the Time magazine, 1995). In the 1990s Yugoslavia was the battlefield of Europe’s bloodiest war since 1945. This notorious culmination was a product of an interconnected chain of events which began in the mid-1980s with the deepening of the conflict and the extremely strained relations between the two major

  • Ethnic Conflict In The Bosnian Genocide

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    state. The ethnic conflict occurred in a really long time since Bosnian separated from Yugoslavia. Then, there is Bosnian Genocide that took place between 1992 and 1995. The Bosnian Genocide was the conflict between Serbs and Bosnian Muslims, the ethnic conflict, was stopped by the NATO and United Nation. Bosnia had the ethnic conflict that continued from the Yugoslavia, “The Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was one of the more liberal communist regimes, led by the enigmatic dictator Josip

  • The Bosnian Genocide Was A Mass Killing

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    state of Yugoslavia, disbanded in 1992 due to the Yugoslav Wars ("The Breakup of Yugoslavia, 1990–1992 - 1989–1992 - Milestones - Office of the Historian."). Akin to most other genocides that have previously been recorded throughout history, the Bosnian genocide was caused by part of the population believing they had second-rate citizens in their land, and with that view established, they wanted to eradicate the ones they deemed unfit for their country & society. Upon the Socialist Federal Republic

  • When I first read about Marina Abramovic, I found her performance art can be both shocking and hold

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    In my opinion, I feel Marina Abramovic and my main goal as an artist is not only to completely change the way art is seen by the public, but to push the performance the same line as fine art. Marina Abramovic was born in Belgrade, Capital of Yugoslavia on November 30, 1946. Many people asked her where she is from, she replied “I came from a country that no longer