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Nationalism and the disintegration of the Yugoslavia federation

Nationalism and the disintegration of the Yugoslavia federation

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Worked on this paper also a year ago. Granted this was during summer school but was still proud of the work I've done given that I have no prior political science background and I scored an A- for this paper.
Worked on this paper also a year ago. Granted this was during summer school but was still proud of the work I've done given that I have no prior political science background and I scored an A- for this paper.

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SUMMERSCHOOL2010IR210:INTERNATIONALPOLITICSBUILDINGDEMOCRACIESFROMCONFLICT
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Chosen question: To what extent was the disintegration of the Yugoslavfederation due to the rise of nationalism?
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Abstract 3Nationalism defined 4Paving the way towards disintegration: The 1974 Constitution 5Death of Tito: The beginning of the end 6Economic crisis: Failure of Market Capitalism 6Slobodan Milo
š
evi
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and the “great Serbian nationalism” 7Slovenia and Croatia: Complete breakdown of mutual trust 9International and other causative factors 10Conclusion 11Bibliography 12
 
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Abstract
Nationalism was widely considered to be one of the main reasons that attributed to thedownfall of the Yugoslav federation in the early 1990s.Though influential, the blame does not lie on Nationalism alone, as several other factorsthat resulted in the collapse of the Yugoslav federation. Nationalism was a crucial, butnot direct factor. Rather, it served as a catalyst in many cases.I will start by defining nationalism, before discussing how the 1974 Constitution pavedthe way for nationalistic idealism across the six constituent Socialist republics and twoSocialist autonomous provinces.Several other factors also contributed to the disintegration of the Yugoslav federation.Throughout the essay, I will discuss the role nationalism played in each of the factors,ranging from economic crisis and failure of reform to the passing of Tito (and the wartimegeneration) and how these factors, collectively, were to blame.One also cannot ignore the role Slobodan Milo
š
evi
ć
played in setting off the chain of events that led to the eventual failure of the Yugoslav state. Finally, I will briefly discussthe significant international factors that contributed to the disintegration of the Yugoslavfederation.

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