|Appears in Collections:||History and Politics Book Chapters and Sections|
|Title:||The Slovenian-Croatian Confederal Proposal: A Tactical Move or an Ultimate Solution?|
|Editors:||Cohen, Lenard J|
|Citation:||Jovic D (2007) The Slovenian-Croatian Confederal Proposal: A Tactical Move or an Ultimate Solution?. In: Cohen Lenard J, Dragović-Soso Jasna (ed.). State Collapse in South-Eastern Europe: New Perspectives on Yugoslavia's Disintegration. Central European Studies, West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press, pp. 249-280.|
|Keywords:||Disintegration of Yugoslavia|
|Series/Report no.:||Central European Studies|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: On October 2, 1990, the political leaderships of both Slovenia and Croatia officially proposed a new confederal agreement to the four other republics of the Yugoslav federation. If it had been accepted, the proposed Yugoslav confederation (or the Union of Yugoslav States that the proposal suggested as an alternative), would have turned Yugoslavia into a loose association of independent states, each of which would be recognized as a sovereign state—both by other members of the confederation and in the sense of international law.|
|Rights:||Copyright 2008 by Purdue University; The publisher has granted permission for use of this book chapter in this Repository. The chapter was first published in State Collapse in South-Eastern Europe: New Perspectives on Yugoslavia's Disintegration by Purdue University Press. The Slovenian-Croatian Confederal Proposal: A Tactical Move or an Ultimate Solution, pgs 249 – 280, in State Collapse in South-Eastern Europe: New Perspectives on Yugoslavia’s Disintegration from the Central European Studies Series. Edited by Lenard J. Cohen and Jasna Dragović-Soso ©2008 Purdue University Press. Unauthorized duplication not permitted.|
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