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by Sonia Lucarelli

eBook Europe and the Breakup of Yugoslavia:A Political Failure in Search of a Scholarly Explanation download ISBN: 9041114394
Author: Sonia Lucarelli
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (September 27, 2000)
Language: English
Pages: 296
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This essay looks at the debate provoked by the author's 2001 book Unfinest Hour: Britain and Destruction of Bosnia.

The breakups of Yugoslavia and Czechoslovhakia are topics that have been tackled by many an academician, from various points of view and divergent disciplines ( Rogel 1998;Lucarelli 2000;Ramet 2005;Oberschall 2000;Eyal 2003;Innes 1997;Young 1994;Bookman 1994;Rychlik 2011;Buchtikova 1995;Vlachova and Rehakova 2004;Kolumber 2012;Jovic 2003;Banac 1984;Jovanovic 2017a). The collapse of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia has encouraged proliferation of academic literature. This essay looks at the debate provoked by the author's 2001 book Unfinest Hour: Britain and Destruction of Bosnia.

Why political identity and legitimacy matter in the European Union. F Cerutti, S Lucarelli.

Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2000. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2000. Why political identity and legitimacy matter in the European Union. Debating political identity and legitimacy in the European Union. S Lucarelli, F Cerutti, VA Schmidt.

This book provides a detailed analysis of the response of Western Europe to the disintegration of Yugoslavia. By combining three theoretical approaches to the study of international politics - neorealism, neoliberal institutionalism, and liberal - Lucarelli provides a theoretically informed analysis of the main forces behind Western Europe's response to the Yugoslav wars.

Her explanation of the European response to th This adaptation of Lucarelli's PhD thesis analyzes Western Europe's response to the disintegration of Yugoslavia, emphasizing the behavior of the major member states of the European Community and focusing on two crucial junctures: the 1991 recognition of Slovenia and Croatia, and the subsequent debate on military intervention. Her explanation of the European response to the Yugoslav wars is supported by much literature and an approach that combines neorealism, neoliberal institutionalism, and liberal intergovernmenalism.

This adaptation of Lucarelli's PhD thesis analyzes Western Europe's response to the disintegration of Yugoslavia . Particular attention is given to Western Europe's management of the conflict and the interplay of international and domestic factors

This adaptation of Lucarelli's PhD thesis analyzes Western Europe's response to the disintegration of Yugoslavia, emphasizing the behavior of the major member states of the European Community and focusing on two crucial junctures: the 1991 recognition of Slovenia and Croatia, and the subsequent debate on military intervention. Particular attention is given to Western Europe's management of the conflict and the interplay of international and domestic factors.

Lucarelli, Sonia (2000). Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. p. 51. ISBN 978-90-411-1439-6. Text of the Resolution at undocs. v. t. e. United Nations Security Council resolutions adopted in 1993.

9. Setting the Context.

This book is soundly written and distinctly structured. It provides a concise and interesting deliberation of occurrences within a snug theoretical framework. Furthermore, it affords an insight into the way states' and EU policy evolved with a view to the Yugoslav wars, and will hopefully provide lessons for dealing with what, at the time of writing, looks like the terminal homicidal phase of the break-up of Yugoslavia nascent in Macedonia and southern Serbia. Mark Peggs, Journal of International Relations and Development, (2001). 9.

Published by Kluwer Law International in The Hague, Boston Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with

Published by Kluwer Law International in The Hague, Boston. Foreign relations, Diplomatic history, Yugoslav War, 1991-1995. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

Sonia Lucarelli (sonia. lucarellio Among her recent publications: Europe and the Breakup of Yugoslavia

Sonia Lucarelli (sonia. Her fields of interest include: International Relations Theory; European Security; European political identity; EU foreign policy. Among her recent publications: Europe and the Breakup of Yugoslavia.

Sonia Lucarelli is Adjunct Professor of International Relations at the University of Bologna at Forli. Her publications include: Europe and the Breakup of Yugoslavia

Sonia Lucarelli is Adjunct Professor of International Relations at the University of Bologna at Forli. Her publications include: Europe and the Breakup of Yugoslavia. Ian Manners is a Senior Lecturer in Political Science at Malmoe University.

On June 26, 1991, after some forty-six years without a war in Europe, violent conflict erupted in the territory of what used to be the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. It took more than four years of atrocities before a peace agreement was finally negotiated in Dayton, Ohio, in November 1995. This book provides a detailed analysis of the response of Western Europe to the disintegration of Yugoslavia. The account pays particular attention to the behaviour of the major Member States of the European Community (later Union), i.e. France, Britain, and Germany, in two crucial moments of debate and decision-making: the diplomatic recognition of Slovenia and Croatia in 1991, and the debate on the desirability and form of a possible military intervention in the warring country. By combining three theoretical approaches to the study of international politics -- neorealism, neoliberal institutionalism, and liberal intergovernmentalism -- Lucarelli provides a theoretically informed analysis of the main forces behind Western Europe's response to the Yugoslav wars. Conclusions are drawn on the major characteristics of Western Europe's management of the conflict, the interplay of international and domestic factors behind the behaviour of Western European states, the relative explanatory power of each of the three theoretical perspectives and their common research tradition, and the perspective of the Common Foreign and Security Policy of the European Union. The book's reconstruction and evaluation of conflict management in ex-Yugoslavia, its attention to the influence of the European integration process on the foreign policy of its Member States, and its innovative use and assessment of International Relations theoretical tools, make it of topical interest for a wide range of scholars interested in both international and European political affairs.