This Saturday at 11h CET in Eat NATO For Breakfast #10 with Marco Siracusa
Between March and June 1999 NATO bombed the former Republic of Yugoslavia, extending and expanding the conflict in the region by 3 years. The disintegration of a country manifested in this war is now called “Balkanization” or the division of a state on ethno-religious lines. How and why did this happen? What were the internal contradictions? And which geopolitical agenda was being served?
In this week’s episode, we will talk with Marco Siracusa, member of the editorial board of East Journal (https://www.eastjournal.net/) to discuss the Balkan War, the “other worst war” since World War II on European soil.
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