ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Dismantling Former Yugoslavia-Recolonising Bosnia

Dismantling Former Yugoslavia Recolonising Bosnia Michel Chossudovsky WESTERN public opinion has been misled; the plight of former Yugoslavia is the outcome of an "aggressive nationalism', the inevitable result of deep-seated ethnic and religious tensions which have their roots in history.[l]The 'Balkans' power-play' is the focal point, the global media has highlighted the clash of political personalities: "Tudjman and Milosevic are tearing Bosnia-Herzegovina to picces'', [2] Western mediation concluding with the Dayton Airforce Base Agreement in November 1995 is narrowly portrayed as the means to 'restoring peace' in Bosnia-Herzegovina, while contributing under the hallmark of 'the free market' to the rebuilding of the newly sovereign states.

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