Forces of disunity and fragmentation have been evident ever since Yugoslavia was founded in 1918, but the conversion of the lingering crisis into a violent breakdown was not possible without a catalyst. n Balkan Babel, Sabrina Petra Ramet identifies Slobodan Milosevic as the man who has managed to exploit the violent potential of ‘Serbian machismo […]

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