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The Serbo Croat Relations in Yugoslavia Kısa Özet
This book focuses on the Serbo-Croat relations in Yugoslavia with aim of explaining characteristics of the Serbo-Croat relations and their effects in the Yugoslav politics and maintains that the Serbo-Croat relations in Yugoslavia had two opposite characteristics: Cooperation and Conflict. The Serbo-Croat cooperation had constructive effects, while the Serbo-Croat conflict had destructive effects in the Yugoslav politics. Furthermore, this study argues and explains that Serbo-Croat War and the Bosnain War in the 1990s were not clash of civilizations or return of ancestral hatreds among Serbs, Croats and Bosnaiks (Yugoslav Muslims), but these wars were results of reconstruction of capitalism in Yugoslavia and of economic-political contradictions between Serbian and Croatian bureaucratic-technocratic ruling classes whose ideological basis has been nationalist liberalism. Therefore;development of bureaucratic-technocratic ruling class, reconstruction of capitalism in Yugoslavia, economic-political conflict between Serbain and Croatian bureaucratic-technocratic ruling classes and its destructive effects in the Socialist Yugoslavia are explained and analyzed in the book.