- Title Pages
- New Approaches to Conflict Analysis
- 1 What is the nation? Towards a teleological model of nationalism
- 2 Instrumentalising the Holocaust: from universalisation to relativism
- 3 Slobodan Milošević and the construction of Serbophobia
- 4 Croatia, ‘Greater Serbianism’, and the conflict between East and West
- 5 <i>Masking the past: the Second World War and the Balkan</i> Historikerstreit
- 6 Comparing genocides: ‘numbers games’ and ‘holocausts’ at Jasenovac and Bleiburg
- 7 Tito’s Yugoslavia and after: Communism, post-Communism, and the war in Croatia
- 8 ‘Greater Serbia’ and ‘Greater Croatia’: the Moslem question in Bosnia-Hercegovina
- Conclusions: confronting relativism in Serbia and Croatia
- Balkan Holocausts?
- Manchester University Press
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