Britain and the Balkans presents an account and analysis of the
role of Britain in decision-making in relation to the war in
Yugoslavia and its successor states over the last decade. It traces
the evolution of British policy from the onset of war in Croatia
and Bosnia to the NATO action in Kosovo, and beyond, examining the
underlying factors governing that policy, and its role in shaping
the international 'consensus'. British policy is examined through
parliamentary proceedings in the Houses of Commons and Lords, as
well as through evidence offered at select committees, reports from
political and humanitarian agencies, private interviews with
protagonists and media coverage, in relation to the situation on
the ground and to policy development on the part of other leading
world powers and institutions.
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