Institutional power and the rise of Milošević

@article{Vladisavljevi2004InstitutionalPA,
  title={Institutional power and the rise of Milo{\vs}evi{\'c}},
  author={N. Vladisavljevi{\'c}},
  journal={Nationalities Papers},
  year={2004},
  volume={32},
  pages={183 - 205}
}
  • N. Vladisavljević
  • Published 2004
  • Political Science
  • Nationalities Papers
  • Widely accepted view that Slobodan Milosevic (Milosevic) rose personally as the leader due to a broad appeal of his political programme is misleading. The change of political generations set the stage for leadership struggle in Serbia, the largest republic of socialist Yugoslavia. Minor disagreements over policy details towards Kosovo were exaggerated in the heat of the power struggle between factions based on personalist networks of Milosevic and his rival, Ivan Stambolic. The appeal of… CONTINUE READING
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