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Bombs for Peace

NATO's Humanitarian War on Yugoslavia

George Szamuely

586 pages
Amsterdam University Press
This illuminating study describes the genesis of the contemporary doctrine of humanitarian intervention. It is the first comprehensive analysis of Western policy towards the Balkans from the late 1980s on. Previous works have often taken partisan approaches focusing on isolated events rather than the multifaceted conflict of which such events were a part. Though scholarly, the book will also appeal to a wider audience interested in world affairs.
Author Bio
George Szamuely is senior research fellow at the Global Policy Institute of London Metropolitan University. He has contributed to many newspapers and periodicals, including The Daily Telegraph, The Times and The Wall Street Journal.