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Providing an indispensable resource for students and policy makers investigating the Bosnian catastrophes of the 1990s, this book provides a comprehensive survey of the leaders, ideas, movements, and events pertaining to one of the most devastating conflicts of contemporary times.
• Provides nearly 150 entries—written in a clear and concise style by leading international authorities—that summarize the roles of the leaders involved in the Bosnian Conflict of 1992–1995 and beyond as well as contextualizing essays on various facets of the Bosnian Conflicts
• Considers and evaluates the various strategies adopted by members of the international community in trying to bring the war to an end
• Edited by renowned genocide scholar, Paul R. Bartrop, PhD