Russia and the Balkans: Pan-Slavism, Partnership and Power

  title={Russia and the Balkans: Pan-Slavism, Partnership and Power},
  author={L. Jonathan Cohen},
  journal={International Journal},
  pages={814 - 845}
  • L. Cohen
  • Published 1 December 1994
  • Political Science
  • International Journal
Deep political divisions within the Russian Federation during the early 199os have had a significant influence on the evolution of both official and non-official Russian political attitudes towards the complicated crisis in the Balkan region. Thus for many Russians who witnessed the break-up of the multi-ethnic Yugoslav socialist federation and the subsequent violence which erupted within and among Yugoslavia's successor states, the Balkans became a dark mirror reflecting the images and dangers… 
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