Storming to partition: Croatia, the United States, and Krajina in the Yugoslav War

@article{Ashbrook2010StormingTP,
  title={Storming to partition: Croatia, the United States, and Krajina in the Yugoslav War},
  author={John E. Ashbrook and Spencer D. Bakich},
  journal={Small Wars & Insurgencies},
  year={2010},
  volume={21},
  pages={537 - 560}
}
  • John E. Ashbrook, Spencer D. Bakich
  • Published 2010
  • Political Science
  • Small Wars & Insurgencies
  • To many scholars and policymakers, ‘partition’ offers the most efficacious means of resolving ethnic-civil wars. Others reject partition as a solution, citing flaws (both logical and empirical) and harmful international implications should such an approach become commonplace. What has been missing from this debate is an understanding of how the process of partition unfolds. In this article we examine such a process, the case of the Krajina in the war in Yugoslavia, 1994–1995. The US aligned… CONTINUE READING
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