About the Terms "Yugoslavia" Balkanization and Third Balkan War

Dejan Marolov, Strasko Stojanovski

Abstract


This paper deals with the terms Yugoslavia, Balkanization and Third Balkan War in correlation with theYugoslav wars and their character. The general aim of the paper is to make an attempt to analyze and explain these terms in historical and present patterns and see if they are applicable in the former Yugoslavia context.


Keywords


Yugoslavia; Yugoslav wars; Balkanization; Third Balkan War;

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