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17 November 2021

Changes of American Foreign Policy towards the Countries of the Former Yugoslavia between 1991 and 1995

Central European Papers
Changes of American Foreign Policy towards the Countries of the Former Yugoslavia between 1991 and 1995

Article deals with the changes of the foreign policy of the United States of America after the end of the Cold War towards disintegrating Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. Article tries to explain the main reasons which influenced the process of disintegration of Yugoslavia and led to the war between 1991 and 1995. The main attention is paid to the main reasons of changes of the U.S. role and involvement in the conflict. It also evaluates the main goals and strategies of Serbs, Croats and Bosniaks. The last part deals with the negotiations in Dayton in 1995, which ended one of the most important conflicts after 1945 and it evaluates the significance of Dayton Peace Accord.

Source: Vomlela L. (2016) Changes of American Foreign Policy towards the Countries of the Former Yugoslavia between 1991 and 1995. Central European Papers. 4(1): 63-81

Source web-site: http://https://cep.slu.cz/pdfs/cep/2016/01/06.pdf

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