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CIA World Factbook. Includes map.

New Internationalist Profile

UN Development Program, Human Development Indicators

World Guide

World Guide (Montevideo)

On the Web: Articles

Depleted uranium & other consequences of NATO bombing in Yugoslavia.

On the Web: Specialized Sites

Coalition for International Justice.

Institute for War & Peace Reporting.

International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia.

In the Library: Articles

Borden, Anthony. "Milosevic at the bar," Nation (4/1/02):6-7.

Doder, Dusko. "How we made the Balkans," Nation (6/12/00):31-38. Review essay on Glenny, The Balkans.

__________. "Balkans breakdown," Nation (4/30/01):6-7.

Hayden, Robert M. "Imagined communities and real victims: Self-determination & ethnic cleansing in Yugoslavia," American Ethnologist 23,4 (1996):783-802.

Herman, Edward S. & David Peterson. "The dismantling of Yugoslavia: a study in inhumanitarian -- & a Western liberal-left intellectual & moral collapse," special issue of Monthly Review 59,5 (10/07):1-62.

Hitchens, Christopher. "Belgrade degraded," Nation (5/17/99):8.

Johnstone, Diana. "Privatizing politics in Serbia," Nation (3/24/97):20-24.

__________. "Selective justice in The Hague," Nation (9/22/97):16-21.

Judah, Tim. "The fog of justice," NY Review (1/15/04):23-25. Milosevic trial as seen from ex-Yugoslavia.

Lesser, Guy. "War crime & punishment," Harper's (1/04):37-52. On Milosevic trial in The Hague.

Mandebaum, Michael. "A perfect failure: NATO’s war against Yugoslavia," Foreign Affairs (sep-oct 1999)

Meron, Theodor. "The case for war crimes trials in Yugoslavia," Foreign Affairs 72 (1993):122-35.

Mojzes, Paul. "The impact of the Eastern European churches upon their own societies," in R. Rubinstein (ed.) Spirit Matters (NY, 1987), pp. 258-79.

Scahill, Jeremy. "Milosevic is history," In These Times (11/13/00):4-5.

Schaeffer-Duffy, Claire. "Reporting in post-war Balkans," National Catholic Reporter (2/4/00):10-11.

Sidaway, J.D. "Iraq/Yugoslavia: banal geopolitics," Antipode 33,4 (9/01):601-9.

Vejvoda, Ivan. "Not our war," New Internationalist (6/94). Internal opposition to nationalist irredentism.

Whitmore, Brian. "Letter from Belgrade," Nation (5/3/03):20-23. On assassanation of Zoran Djindjic & its consequences.

Zajovic, Stasa. "Birth, nationalism & war," Dossier 14/15 (1995).

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Bujosevic, Dragan & Ivan Radovanovic. The Fall of Milosevic: The October 5th Revolution (NY: Palgrave, 2002).

Carmichael, Cathie. Ethnic Cleansing in the Balkans: Nationalism & the Destruction of Tradition (NY: Routledge, 2002).

Clark, Ramsey et al. NATO in the Balkans: Voices of Opposition (NY: International Action Center, 1999).

Collin, Matthew. Guerrilla Radio: Rock 'n' Roll Radio & Serbia's Underground Resistance (NY: Thunder's Mouth, 2002).

Denitch, Bogdan. Ethnic Nationalism. The Tragic Death of Yugoslavia (Minneapolis, 1994).

Doder, Dusko with Louise Branson. Milosevic: Portrait of a Tyrant (NY: Free Press, 2000).

Gallagher, Tom. Outcast Europe: The Balkans, 1789-1989, from the Ottomans to Milosevic (NY: Routledge, 2001).

Glenny, Mischa. The Balkans: Nationalism, War & the Great Powers, 1804-1999 (NY: Viking, 2000). Attributes troubles of the region primarily to foreign intervention since the late 19th c.

Gordy, Eric D. The Culture of Power in Serbia: Nationalism & the Destruction of Alternatives (University Park: Pennsylvania State U., 1999).

Hawkesworth, Celia. Voices in the Shadows: Women & Verbal Art in Serbia & Bosnia (NY: Central European U, 2000).

Judah, Tim. The Serbs: History, Myth, & the Destruction of Yugoslavia (2nd ed.; New Haven: Yale, 2000).

Lees, Michael. The Rape of Serbia: The British Role in Tito's Grab for Power, 1943-1944 (San Diego: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1990).

Lilly, Carol S. Power & Persuasion. Ideology & Rhetoric in Communist Yugoslavia, 1944-1953 (Boulder, 2000).

Mojzes, Paul. Yugslavian Inferno. Ethnoreligious Warfare in the Balkans (NY, 1994).

Pridham, Geoffrey & Tom Gallagher (eds.) Experimenting with Democracy: Regime Change in the Balkans (NY: Routledge, 2000).

Sell, Louis. Slobodan Milosevic & the Destruction of Yugoslavia (Durham NC: Duke, 2002).

Shaw, Martin. The New Western Way of War: Risk-Transfer War & its Crisis in Iraq (London: Polity, 2005). New way of war, transfering risk to civilians as "collateral damage, is intrinsically counterproductive.

Silber, Laura & Alan Little. Yugoslavia: Death of a Nation (NY, 1995).

In the Library: Fiction

Andric, Ivo. The Bridge on the Drina (London, 1959). Historical background on Christian-Muslim conflict in Bosnia.

Poderegin, Milka Bajic. The Dawning: A Novel [1987] (trans. Nadja Poderegin; NY: Interlink, 1995). Women of Serbian community on confines of Bosnia & Herzegovina emerge from five centuries of Ottoman rule during World War I.

CD & Audio

Film & Video

"Bringing Down a Dictator" (2002), dir. Steve York. From PBS. Otpor, the Serbian opposition movement to Milosevic

"Twilight Time" dir. Goran Paskaljevic, 102m.

"Underground" [1995], dir. Emir Kusturica, 194m. In video stores. Surrealist satire of Yugoslav (Serbian) history from World War II to the Balkan War.

"The Yellow Wasps: Anatomy of a War Crime" [1995], dir. Ilan Ziv & Rory O'Conner, 69m. From Teocally Entertainment. Documentary on Serbian irregulars who crossed Drina to initiate "ethnic cleansing" in Bosnia in 1992.

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