Robert M. Hayden’s From Yugoslavia to the Western Balkans

Studies of a European Disunion, 1991–2011 (Leiden: Brill: 2013). A comment

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 For example, Veselin Dzhuretich (2003). The author places a critique of Western policy in the context of Russian domestic disputes, noting that the ‘Western war scenario’ in 1994 unfolded with the ‘subservient participation’ of then foreign minister Andrei Kozyrev (p. 465). Moscow’s resistance to Western interventions in the name of regime change remains alive and well, as the current crisis in Syria makes all too clear.


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