Yugoslavia

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  • Dictatorship In Yugoslavia

    the sophisticated construction of Yugoslavia: “Yugoslavia consists of six republics, five nationalities, four languages, three religions, two alphabets, one political party, and only one “true” Yugoslav – the Josip Broz Tito”. He managed to unite the country and to free it from the foreign invaders, hereinafter becoming a leader of the Communist Party and a statesman, in whose hands all political power was concentrated. Therefore, the thesis of this paper is that Yugoslavia turned into dictatorship being driven by the will of Josip Bros Tito, who, in turn, implemented his will via using the respect of people he obtained for coming to his country’s rescue during WWII. History has proved that dictatorships…

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  • Ethnic Cleansing In Yugoslavia

    ethnicities in a region and the majority attempt to eradicate the other ethnic groups. In the eyes of the majority, ethnic cleansing was used as a tool to “purify” the country by getting rid of the minority to establish ethnic homogeneity (“Ethnic Cleansing”). The term ethnic cleansing was first introduced during the conflict between the Serbians and the other ethnicities of Yugoslavia. The Bosnian genocide is a product of the extreme nationalism expressed by the Serbians and Solbodan…

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  • Black Lamb And Grey Falcon Rhetorical Analysis

    The goal is not only to talk about her travels, but to find a way to discuss the passion that she has for history. Right in the first section West combines her childhood with the fall of monarchs, “my life had been punctured by the slaughter of royalties.” Immediately there is this sense of closeness to history that West offers; you trust her, and forgive her, for anything that may not be completely accurate because she seems to demonstrate this incredibly intimate knowledge. In addition she…

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  • Communism In Yugoslavia

    Every Balkan nation experienced occupation, dictatorship or civil war. The only Balkan power that did not fall to Communism was Greece, due to the secret agreement between Stalin and Churchill which limited Soviet influence and increased British power. Where Balkan Communism makes itself unique is in the notion of National Communism. The rise of National Communism traces its roots to the Tito-Stalin split of 1948. After the break, Tito began to put into place practices that would be…

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  • The Secession In Ukraine

    This set a precedent of allowing parts of countries to secede because of government unrest in the country of Serbia where Yugoslavia and Serbia were at war for ethnic tension between both, and Kosovo tried to leave to escape damage. There needs to be a just reason for secession from a country, or could undermine both sides on the issues so everyone involved is hurt in a way. Secession even though should be up to the people who want to leave, is slowed down by the international community because…

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  • The Importance Of Genocide In Yugoslavia

    In proportion to population, the genocide or ethnocide (ethnic cleansing) in the Balkans in 1941, especially in what became Yugoslavia, surpassed even the atrocities in Nazi Germany. The clarity and depth of Ustasha research for 1941-45 lacks the breath and detail provided for Nazi atrocities of a similar nature in the same time period. The terrorists called Ustasha in Yugoslavia were brutal killers whose methods were extremely primitive and sadistic and considered by some scholars as worse…

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  • Cold War Yugoslavia

    How did the Cold War affect the breakup of Yugoslavia? After the end of the Cold War, Yugoslavia lost its strategic importance it once had when it was a neutral territory lying in between the two blocs. The collapse was caused by the diminishing support from both the United States (US) and the Soviet Union (USSR) who no longer competed to strengthen their influence over Yugoslavia and the ongoing downfall of their economy and socio-political stability. Yugoslavia was created after the First…

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  • Effects Of Corruption In Kosovo

    Corruption is one of the obstacles constraining the economic and social prosperity in Kosovo (Mehmedi, 2012). In corruption funds are diverted from its initial goal and therefore fields like poverty, inequality, economic growth, the health sector, infrastructure and the education sector are affected severly (Abbink, 2012). The distribution of spending that was going to be payed to workers on this fields, tool and technology, new roads and social service are now being placed somewhere else. It…

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  • Fall Of Yugoslavia Research Paper

    The Fall of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia was a nation that was formed in the aftermath of the First World War and was located in the South-East. Its inception was in the year 1918, and although it was created with an intention to remain intact as a republic, it did break up in the year 1992 to the current nations of Slovenia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. There were various. Its downfall was not a one-day affair and took quite sometimes before it was officially…

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  • Propaganda In Modern Society

    the people to follow them. This is called propaganda which is spreading the ideas based on biased or misleading nature to help promote or publicizes a particular institution or particular cause. We have seen different leaders use different forms of propaganda such as Nazi 's, the Soviets, North Korea, 1990s Yugoslavia, and many more regimes. Propaganda isn 't just used by tyrants, communist…

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