The 'Yugoslav' Crisis in International Law

The 'Yugoslav' Crisis in International Law

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This book covers the declarations of independence by Croatia and Slovenia and the response thereto by the former central authorities in Belgrade; the attempts by the European Community, the CSCE and the UN to terminate the conflicts, the Carrington peace conference and the associated Badinter Arbitration Commission, together with the rulings of the Commission and some of the submissions of the parties to it.[1993, 39376] On 2 March, the Bosnian town of Cerska fell to the Serbs causing thousands of Muslims to flee to Konjevic Polje and Tuzla. ... Izetbegovic signed the military section of the Vance-Owen peace agreement on 3 March and the map on 25 March. ... [1993, 39375] On 29 March, the Greek government survived a confidence vote tabled after Prime Minister See document 53 of Chapter 1 on pageanbsp;...

Title:The 'Yugoslav' Crisis in International Law
Author:Daniel L. Bethlehem, Marc Weller, University of Cambridge. Research Centre for International Law
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 1997


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