Open Borders, Nonalignment, and the Political Evolution of Yugoslavia
Zimmerman asks. 'What difference does it make for Yugoslavia's political evolution that it exists in an international environment as well as a domestic one?" Presenting a lucid analysis of the mutual influence of external and internal factors in Yugoslav politics, he pays special attention to the political significance of the one million Yugoslavs who have crossed the country's borders to work in capitalist Western Europe.
Originally published in 1987.
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Subjects: Political Science, History
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