September 1997

Compiled by Janet Seymour and Terry Hawkins
Bibliographers, Air University Library
Maxwell AFB, AL



Akhavan, Payam and Howse, Robert, eds. Yugoslavia: The Former and Future. Washington, Brookings Institution, 1995. 188 p.
Book call no.: 949.7 Y942

Andric, Ivo. The Bridge on the Drina, translated by Lovett F. Edwards. New York, Macmillan Co., 1959. 314 p.
Book call no.: 813 A573b

Cohen, Leonard J. Broken Bonds: Yugoslavia's Disintegration and Balkan Politics in Transition. Boulder, CO, Westview Press, 1995. 386 p.
Book call no.: 949.7024 C678y 1995

Crnobrnja, Mihailo. The Yugoslav Drama. 2nd ed. London, McGill-Queen's University Press, 1996. 304 p.
The War in Bosnia and Herzegovina, pp 174-188.
The Balkan Endgame, pp 239-249.
Is There a Solution? pp 250-265.
Book call no.: 949.7024 C936y 1996

Denich, Bette. The Specter of Superfluity: Global Economic Dimensions of Yugoslavia's Self-Destruction. Washington, National Council for Soviet and East European Research, 1994. 24 p.
Book call no.: 320.9497 D394s

Duncan, W. Raymond and Holman, G. Paul, Jr. Ethnic Nationalism and Regional Conflict: The Former Soviet Union and Yugoslavia. Boulder, CO, Westview Press, 1994. 218 p.
Book call no.: 305.800947 E841

Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States 1997. 3rd ed. London, Europa Publications Limited, 1996. 926 p.
Emerging Patterns of International Relations in Eastern Europe, pp 19-22.
Eastern European Economies, pp 36-46.
Conflicts in the Former Yugoslavia, pp 88-97.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, pp 202-221.
Book call no.: R 947 E13 3rd ed 1997

Europa World Year Book 1996. 37th ed. London, Europa Publications Limited, 1996. 2 vols.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, pp 610-622.
Book call no.: R 940.503 E892 37th ed. 1996 vol.1

Foreign Military Markets: NATO and Europe.. Newton, CT, Forecast International/DMS, 1997. 1 vol.
Yugoslavia (Serbia, Montenegro) July 1997, 22 page report including information on the current politics & government, economic and trade synopsis, military posture analysis, etc.
Book call no.: R 338.476234 F7143

GeoData. Macmillan Atlas of War & Peace, Bosnia Herzegovina. New York, Macmillan, 1996. 48 p.
Contains special reports by correspondents of the New York Times.
Book call no.: 912.49742 M167

Goldman, Minton F. Global Studies: Russia, the Eurasian Republics, and Central/Eastern Europe. 6th ed. Guilford, CT, Dushkin Publishing Group, 1996. 308 p.
Central/Eastern Europe: From Dictatorship to Democracy, pp 115-138.
The Republics of the Former Yugoslavia, pp 195-213.
Why Yugoslavia Fell Apart, pp 287-293.
The Crisis in Bosnia, pp 294-298.
Book call no.: R 947 G562 6th ed 1996

Jane's Sentinel: The Balkans. Alexandria, VA, Jane's Information Group, 1997. 1 vol.
Regional Overview, pp 1-3.
Bosnia-Herzegovina, (49 page report) including politics, international affairs, threats, defence, economy, etc.
Book call no.: R 949.6 J33 1997

Johnsen, William T. Deciphering the Balkan Enigma: Using History to Inform Policy. Carlisle Barracks, PA, U.S. Army War College. Strategic Studies Institute, Nov 1995. 125 p.
Book call no.: 949.7024 J65d

Maass, Peter. Love Thy Neighbor: A Story of War. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 1996. 305 p.
Describes the people and events anchored in the Bosnian War.
Book call no.: 949.7024 M111L

Malcolm, Noel. Bosnia: A Short History. New York, New York University Press, 1994. 340 p.
Book call no.: 949.742 M243b

Pinson, Mark. The Muslims of Bosnia-Herzegovina: Their Historic Development from the Middle Ages to the Dissolution of Yugoslavia. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 1993. 187 p.
Book call no.: 949.742 M987

Ramet, Sabrina P. Balkan Babel: The Disintegration of Yugoslavia from the Death of Tito to Ethnic War. 2nd ed. Boulder, CO, Westview Press, 1996. 354 p.
Book call no.: 949.702 R172b 1996

Ramet, Sabrina Petra and Adamovich, Ljubisa S. Beyond Yugoslavia: Politics, Economics, and Culture in a Shattered Community. Boulder, CO, Westview Press, 1995. 502 p.
Book call no.: 338.9497 B573

Ripley, Tim. Air War Bosnia: UN and NATO Airpower. Osceola, WI, Motorbooks International, 1996. 112 p.
Book call no.: 949.742 R592a (SOS Reserve)

Shoemaker, M. Wesley. Russia, Eurasian States, and Eastern Europe 1996. 27th ed. Harpers Ferry, WV, Stryker-Post Publications, 1996. 1 vol.
Former Yugoslavia, pp 324-369 (includes both an overview of the region and separate sections on Serbia/Montenegro, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Macedonia).
Book call no.: R 947.085 S749 27th ed 1996

Sray, John E. U.S. Policy and the Bosnian Civil War: A Time for Reevaluation. Fort Leavenworth, KS, Foreign Military Studies Office, 1995. 10 p.
Book call no.: 355.033573 S774u

The Statesman's Year-Book 1996-97, edited by Brian Hunter. New York, St. Martin's Press, 1996. 1698 p.
Bosnia-Hercegovina, pp 223-226.
Croatia, pp 386-390.
Macedonia, pp 843-846.
Slovenia, pp 1144-1147.
Yugoslavia, pp 1603-1613.
Book call no.: R 310 St2 133rd ed 1996-97

Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. SIPRI Yearbook 1996: Armaments, Disarmament and International Security. New York, Oxford University Press, 1996. 830 p.
The Former Yugoslavia: The War and the Peace Process, pp 203-250.
Europe: Towards New Security Arrangements, pp 279-324 (especially note European Security and the Experience of Bosnia, pp 279-281).
Book call no.: 341.67 S864s 1995/96

Strategic Survey 1995-1996. London, International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1995. 268 p.
A Fragile Peace for Bosnia, pp 126-238.
Book call no.: 327 L8471s 1995/96

Strategic Survey 1996-1997. London, International Institute for Strategic Studies, 1997. 268 p.
Can Peace Last in Bosnia?, pp 131-141.
Book call no.: R 327 L8471s 1996/97

United States. Army Visual Information Center. The Air Force in Bosnia. Alexandria, VA, United States Army Visual Information Center, 1997. 5 minutes, 37 seconds videorecording.
Book call no.: 949.703 A298 Video

United States. Central Intelligence Agency. The World Factbook 1996-97. Washington, Brassey's, 1996. 557 p.
Bosnia and Herzegovina, pp 53-55. Sections also available on Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, etc.
Book call no.: R 910 W927 1996-97

United States. Congress. House. Committee on International Relations. Select Subcommittee on Croatia and Bosnia. Final Report of the Select Subcommittee to Investigate the United States Role in Iranian Arms Transfers to Croatia and Bosnia. Washington, GPO, 1997. 727 p.
Book call no.: 364.131 U58f

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. Impact of a Unilateral United States Lifting of the Arms Embargo on the Government of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Washington, GPO, 1994. 88 p.
Hearing before the Committe, June 23, 1994
Book call no.: 355.0320973 U581ia

United States. Department of State. Congressional Presentation for Foreign Operations - Fiscal Year 1998. Washington, 1997. 706 p.
Support for East European Democracy, pp 19-25.
Bosnia-Herzegovina, pp 498-500.
Croatia, pp 504-505.
Macedonia, pp 513-515.
Slovenia, pp 539-540.
Book call no.: R 355.0320973 C749 1998

United States. President. A National Security Strategy of Engagement and Enlargement 1995-1996. Washington, Brassey's, 1995. 144 p.
Integrated Regional Approaches: Europe and Eurasia, pp 107-121.
Book call no.: R 355.033073 U583ne 1995/96

Why Bosnia? Writings on the Balkan War, edited by Rabia Ali and Lawrence Lifschultz. Stony Creek, CT, Pamphleteer's Press, 1993. 353 p.
Book call no.: 949.7024 W629

Woodward, Susan L. Balkan Tragedy: Chaos and Dissolution after the Cold War. Washington, Brookings Institution, 1995. 536 p.
Book call no.: 949.7024 W912b

Yugoslavia's Ethnic Nightmare: The Inside Story of Europe's Unfolding Ordeal, edited by Jasminka Udovicki and James Ridgeway. New York, Lawrence Hill Books, 1995. 252 p.
Book call no.: 949.7024 Y94

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Bozarth, Stephen E. (LtCol, USAF). Bosnia-Hercegovina: The First of the Little Wars. Maxwell AFB, AL, Apr 1994. 28 p. (Air University (U.S.) Air War College. Research report)
Doc. call no.: M-U 43117 B793b

Clift, William A. Jr. (LtCol, USAF). Bosnia: A Primer for Engagement and Disengagement. Maxwell AFB, AL, Apr 1994. 23 p. (Air University (U.S.) Air War College. Defense analytical study)
Doc. call no.: M-U 43117 C637b

Hein, August Howard (LT, USN). British Involvement in the Bosnian War: Strategic Culture and National Interests. Monterey, CA, Dec 1994. 127 p. (Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.) Thesis)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 L4681b

Katsiyiannis, Dean T. (Capt, USA). Hyper-Nationalism and Irredentism in the Macedonian Region: Implications for U.S. Policy. Monterey, CA, Jun 1995. 176 p. (Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.) Thesis)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 K192h

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. The Baltic States: U.S. Policy Concerns, by Steven Woehrel. Washington, 1997. 21 p. (Report no. 96-584 F)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.96-584 F

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Bosnian Brierpatch: Military Options, Mid-1995. Washington, Jun 1995. 6 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.95-732 S

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. Bosnian Muslim-Croat Federation: Key to Peace in Bosnia, by Steven Woehrel. Washington, Jan 1997. 6 p. (Report no. 96-526 F)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.96-526 F

Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service. NATO and Bosnia: A Looming Transatlantic Debate, by Stanley R. Sloan. Washington, Apr 1997. 6 p. (Report no. 97-480 F)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-1 no.97-480 F

Moller, Gerald Axel. Exploring the Dynamics of the Yugoslav Crisis. Monterey, CA, Mar 1995. 194 p. (Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.) Thesis)
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 M726e

Rand Corp. Lessons from Bosnia. Santa Monica, CA, 1993. 34 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-85 no.113

Rand Corp. NATO Enlargement and the Baltic States, by Ronald D. Asmus and Robert C. Nurick. Santa Monica, CA, 1996. 142 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-73 no.548

Rand Corp. U.S. Policy and the Yugoslav Crisis: Implications for Transatlantic Relations, by Stephen F. Larrabee. Santa Monica, CA, 1994. 34 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-73 no.348

Rand Corp. Western Strategy Toward the Former Yugoslavia. Santa Monica, CA, 1994. 18 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-16 no.7878

Rand Corp. Yugoslavia: What Future?. Santa Monica, CA, 1994. 13 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 30352-16 no.7855

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Ajami, Fouad. In Europe's Shadows (The Tragedy of Bosnia, and the Long, Troubled History of Islam in the Balkans). New Republic 211:29-37 Nov 21 '94.

Anderson, Stephanie. EU, NATO, and CSCE Responses to the Yugoslav Crisis: Testing Europe's New Security Architecture. European Security 4:328-353 Summer '95.

Athanassopoulou, Ekavi. Turkey and the Balkans: The View from Athens. International Spectator 29:55-64 Oct-Dec '94.

Austen, Bruce B. Lost in the Balkans (explanation of war in Bosnia-Herzegovina). U.S. News & World Report 118:34-38 Jun 12 '95.

Bair, Andrew. What Happened in Yugoslavia? Lessons for Future Peacekeepers. European Security 3:340-349 Summer '94.

The Balkan End-Game. Economist 338:19-21 Jan 20 '96.

Barry, Charles. After IFOR: Maintaining a Fragile Peace in the Balkans. Strategic Forum No.62:1-4 Feb '96.

Boyd, Charles G. Making Peace with the Guilty: The Truth about Bosnia. Foreign Affairs 74:22-38 Sep-Oct '95.

Clark, Wesley. Why We Should Not Lift the Arms Embargo Unilaterally. Congressional Record 141:E272-E274 Feb 3 '95.

Clark, Wesley K. National Security Strategy and Doctrine in Bosnia. Officer 72:31-34 Mar '96.

Cohen, Leonard J. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Fragile Peace in a Segmented State. Current History 95:103-112 Mar '96.

Dean, Jonathan. Yugoslav Errors, Peacekeeping, and the American National Interest. Aspen Institute Quarterly 6:74-108 Autumn '94.

Denitch, Bogdan. Lessons from the Bosnian War. Dissent 42:193-195 Spring '95.

Doherty, Carroll J. Two Diplomats Defend Policy on Iran's Aid to Bosnia. Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report 54:1544 Jun 1 '96.

Donnelly, Chris. Defence Transformation in the New Democracies: A Framework for Tackling the Problem NATO Review 45:15-19 Jan '97.

Dragnich, Alex N. Serbia's and the West's Miscalculations. Mediterranean Quarterly 6:74-90 Summer '95.

Fetherston, A. B. UNPROFOR: Some Observations from a Conflict Resolution Perspective. International Peacekeeping 1:179-203 Summer '94.

The Former Yugoslavia: A Violent Challenge to the World Community. Foreign Policy Bulletin 6:2-36 Jul-Aug '95.

Frankland, Erich. Struggling with Collective Security and Recognition in Europe: The Case of the Macedonian Republic. European Security 4:354-379 Summer '95.

Freedman, Lawrence. Bosnia: Does Peace Support Make Any Sense? NATO Review 43:19-23 Nov '95.

Freedman, Lawrence. Why the West Failed. Foreign Policy 97:53-69 Winter '94-'95.

Fretz, Lewis. Bosnia and American Foreign Policy. New Zealand International Review 21:2-7 May-Jun '96.

Galbraith, Peter W. Diplomacy Helps Contain the Bosnian Conflict. SAIS Review 15:111-119 Summer-Fall '95.

Gianzero, Gina. Bosnia in the Balance: The History Behind the Bloodshed. Europe 337:14-17 Jun '94.

Gompert, David. How to Defeat Serbia. Foreign Affairs 73:30-47 Jul-Aug '94.

Grigg, William Norman. Global Reconstruction. New American 12:21-26+ Jan 8 '96.

Hall, Gregory O. Ethnic Conflict, Economics, and the Fall of Yugoslavia. Mediterranean Quarterly 5:123-143 Summer '94.

Hedges, Chris. Bosnian Serbs Trying to Revive Devastated Economy. New York Times, sec 1, p 10, col 3, Jan 14 '96 .
Bosnian Serbs are dismantling and moving factories piece by piece out of Sarajevo suburbs and into Serb-held areas to keep them out of the hands of the government.

Hoar, William P. Russia Reaches Out. New American 12:4-7 Mar 4 '96.

Hoar, William P. War and Peace in the Balkans. New American 12:4-5+ Jan 8 '96.

Holmes, Kim R. Don't Let Bosnia Destroy NATO. Backgrounder No.1012:1-9 Dec 28 '94.

Ingraham, Jane H. Bosnia's Unseen Enemy. New American 11:4-8 Jan 23 '95.

Jacobsen, Carl G. Yugoslavia's Successor Wars Reconsidered. European Security 4:655-675 Winter '95.

Jacobsen, Carl G. Yugoslavia's Wars of Secession and Succession: Media Manipulation, Historical Amnesia, and Subjective Morality. Mediterranean Quarterly 5:24-41 Summer '94.

Job, Dvijeto. Yugoslavia's Ethnic Furies. Foreign Policy No.92:52-74 Fall '93.

Johns, Michael. How to Save Bosnia. World & I 9:82-87 Jul '94.

Karastoyanov, Stefan. Macedonia (An Ethno-Geographical Profile). Bulgarian Military Review 2:55-84 Summer '94.

Katju, V. Bosnia--The US Involvement. Indian Defence Review 11:11-18 Apr-Jun '96.

Keller, Jeremy. Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia: The Economics of Independence. Business America 113:13-15 May 18 '92.

Klemencic, Mladen and Schofield, Clive. After the Storm--Future Challenges for Croatia. Jane's Intelligence Review 7:541-544 Dec '95.

Lifschultz, Lawrence. Why Bosnia Matters: A Reply to Patrick Flaherty. Monthly Review 46:42-51 Oct '94.

Lilic, Zoran. Yugoslavia and United Nations. Review of International Affairs 46:1-2 Apr 15 '95.

Malcolm, Noel. Bosnia and the West: A Study in Failure. National Interest 39:3-14 Spring '95.

Mehrotra, O. N. Bosnian Imbroglio: Perception, Problem and Prospects. Strategic Analysis 18:163-178 May '95.

Mihalka, Michael. Cauldron of the Emerging Security Order. Transition 2:42-45 Jan 12 '96.

Minic, Jelica. EU Eastern Policy--The Place of the Balkans and the Mediterranean. Review of International Affairs 46:21-25 Nov 15 '95.

Moore, Patrick. Changes in the Croatian Political Landscape RFE/RL Research Report 3:10-15 Jun 3 '94.

Morrison, J. Stephen. Bosnia's Muslim-Croat Federation: Unsteady Bridge into the Future. Mediterranean Quarterly 7:132-150 Winter '96.

The Muslim World and Bosnia. Commonwealth of Independent States and the Middle East 19, no.1-2:36-37 '94.

Nimetz, Matthew. Security in the Balkans. Mediterranean Quarterly 7:1-10 Winter '96.
Reviews the current situation and presents the policies to consider in a new regional security framework.

O'Hanlon, Michael. Transforming NATO: The Role of European Forces. Survival 39:5-15 Autumn '97.

Parrish, Scott. Russia's Marginal Role. Transition 2:21-24 Jul 12 '96.

Parrish, Scott. Twisting in the Wind: Russia and the Yugoslav Conflict. Transition 1:28-31+ Nov '95.

Perry, Duncan M. Macedonia: Balkan Miracle or Balkan Disaster? Current History 95:113-117 Mar '96.

Perry, William J. U.S. in Bosnia. Officer 72:17-19 Jan '96.

Petkovic, Ranko. The Balkan Political Map after Cold War and Yugoslav Crisis. Review of International Affairs 47:1-4 May 15 '96.

Petkovic, Ranko. Russia's Role in the Yugoslav Crisis. Review of International Affairs 45:1-5 Oct 1 '94.

Pettifer, James. Macedonia: Still the Apple of Discord. World Today 51:55-58 Mar '95.

Radivojevic, Zoran. Yugoslav Crisis and United Nations Decisions. Review of International Affairs 46:4-6 Apr 15 '95.

Radu, Michael. Agenda 2000: Why Eastern and Central Europe Look West. Orbis 41:39-57 Winter '97.

Ramet, Sabrina. The Bosnian War and the Diplomacy of Accommodation. Current History 93:380-385 Nov '94.

Randsell, Eric. The Road to Ruin (U.S. Policy in Bosnia). U.S. News & World Report 117:59-61+ Dec 12 '94.

Rieff, David. The Lessons of Bosnia: Morality and Power. World Policy Journal 12:76-88 Spring '95.

Ripley, Tim. Croatia's Strategic Situation. Jane's Intelligence Review 7, no.1:29-31 '95.

Russia, Bosnia, and the West. Economist 336:58 Sep 16 '95.
Russia's pro-Serb policy may be due to concerns about NATO's growth.

Sadowski, Yahya M. Bosnia's Muslims: A Fundamentalist Threat? Brookings Review 13:10-15 Winter '95.

Sahara, Tetsuya. The Islamic World and the Bosnian Crisis. Current History 93:386-389 Nov '94.

Schulte, Gregory L. Former Yugoslavia and the New NATO. Survival 39:19-42 Spring '97.

Seidt, Hans-Ulrich. Lessons Learnt from the Crisis in the Balkans. European Security 5:65-70 Spring '96.

Serbia: Ethnic Minority and Regional Issues. Background Brief pp 1-7 Aug '93.

Simic, Predrag. Conflict Management Versus Conflict Solution: The Case of Yugoslavia. Review of International Affairs 45:5-10 Oct 1 '94.

Simic, Predrag. Dynamics of the Yugoslav Crisis. Security Dialogue 26:153-172 Jun '95.

Solana, Javier. NATO's Role in Bosnia: Charting a New Course for the Alliance. NATO Review 44:3-6 Mar '96.

Soloway, Colin. Bosnia's Weakest Link. U.S. News & World Report 121:84 Jul 15-22 '96.
Most observers agree if war breaks out again, it will first come to Brcko on the Bosnia/Croatian border. Discusses the city and its important

Soloway, Colin. Resurrecting Bosnia (rebuilding efforts). U.S. News & World Report 120:38-41 Feb 5 '96.

Tarnoff, Peter. U.S. Policy on Bosnia and Assistance to UNPROFOR. U.S. Department of State Dispatch 6:531-532 Jun 26 '95.

Thomas, Raju G. C. Nations, States, and Secession: Lessons from the Former Yugoslavia. Mediterranean Quarterly 5:40-65 Fall '94.

Thomas, Timothy L. UN Crisis Management in Bosnia: Problems and Recommendations. Journal of Slavic Military Studies 8:445-469 Sep '95.

Topor, Gabriel. Obstacles To Implementing the Peace. Transition 2:46-49 Jan 12 '96.

Vego, Milan. New Yugoslav Air and Air Defence Forces. Jane's Intelligence Review 6:297-303 Jul '94.

Wanted: An Exit Strategy. National Review 49:16-17 Aug 11 '97.

The War in Bosnia-Herzegovina: U.S. and International Response. Congressional Digest 75:36+ Feb '96.

What Is Bosnia? (influence of Iran in Bosnia). New Republic 214:7 May 20 '96.

Williams, Michael. The Best Chance for Peace in Bosnia. World Today 52:4-7 Jan '96.

Wohlstetter, Albert. Creating a Greater Serbia. New Republic 211:22-27 Aug 1 '94.

Woodward, Susan L. Bosnia After Dayton: Year Two. Current History 96:97-103 Mar '97.

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