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Introduction: Internationalism in Times of Nationalism: Yugoslavia, Nonalignment, and the Cold War
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 05 May 2021
- Nationalities Papers , Volume 49 , Issue 3: Special Issue on Internationalism in Times of Nationalism: Yugoslavia, Nonalignment, and the Cold War , May 2021 , pp. 409 - 412
- © The Author(s), 2021. Published by Cambridge University Press on behalf of Association for the Study of Nationalities
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2 The special issue grew out of the workshop “(Re)Thinking Yugoslav Internationalism – Cold War Global Entanglements and Their Legacies,” organized by the University of Exeter and the Centre for Southeast European Studies, University of Graz, held in Graz in September/October 2016. “Spaskovska and Mark wish to thank the Leverhulme Trust,” whose generous support for the project ‘1989 after 1989: Rethinking the Fall of State Socialism in Global Perspective (RL-2012-053)’.
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