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Author Bert, Wayne, 1939-

Title The reluctant superpower : United States' policy in Bosnia, 1991-95 / Wayne Bert
Published New York : St. Martin's Press, 1997


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Description xxv, 296 pages : maps ; 23 cm
Contents Chronological Highlights of the Wars of Yugoslavia's Dissolution -- Pt. I. The International Setting. 1. The United States and the Post-Cold War International System. 2. What Should Policy Be? Guidelines for Intervention -- Pt. II. The Yugoslav Setting. 3. The Development of the War in Yugoslavia. 4. The Nature of the War -- Pt. III. US Interests in and Perceptions of Yugoslavia. 5. Security Interests and Other Interests. 6. The Foreign Policy Mood in the United States. 7. American Perceptions: Civil War and Ethnic Hatred. 8. Vietnam and the Debate on Intervention in Bosnia -- Pt. IV. US Policy in Yugoslavia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. 9. The Bush Administration: From Status Quo to Immobility. 10. The Clinton Administration I: Strategies and Obstacles. 11. The Clinton Administration II: The Agony of Decision. 12. The Clinton Administration III: Reassertion of American Leadership -- Pt. V. The New Ethos on Intervention. 13. The Reluctant Superpower
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 250-282) and index
Notes English
Subject Security, International.
Yugoslav War, 1991-1995.
Balkan Peninsula -- Foreign relations -- United States.
Bosnia and Herzegovina -- History -- 1992-
United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989-
United States -- Foreign relations -- Balkan Peninsula.
LC no. 96046168
ISBN 0312172524