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Part of the Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies book series (RCS)

Abstract

It is difficult to pinpoint the exact moment at which the state of Yugoslavia collapsed. It followed a two-track process, first with the collapse of the federal communist party in January 1990 and later with the progressive disintegration of the single-party system (the main integrative force in the federation) in each of the republics throughout 1989 and 1990. These processes did not take place simultaneously nor did they happen concurrently across the different republics that composed the former Yugoslavia.1

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Constitutional Reform Nationalist Party High Representative Ethnic Guarantee Venice Commission 
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© Sofía Sebastián-Aparicio 2014

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