“A major problem with the dismemberment of Yugoslavia, as executed by extreme nationalist and political elites was the apparent absence of alternative solutions that would have prevented (or stopped altogether) the war and re-established peace and security in the region,” writes Vesna Pešić. Ida Orzechowska from the Institute of Political Science of the University of Wroclaw, Poland, reviews Pešić's book Divlje društvo – kako smo stigli dovde (Wild society. How did we get here).
The review originally appears in the current issue and is now online for free.
To read the full review visit: https://neweasterneurope.eu/node/663