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Dissolution and dismemberment of Yugoslavia happened due to internal and foreign factors. Author presents how IR and peace research literature portraits the Balkan wars, reasons for their emergence, and the role of foreign factors. He aims at the mainstream narrative and explains results of the research that is less represented in publications and in University curricula on the subject. Text offers many insights in the role of the foreign fac­tors from Great Britain and Vatican to Germany and USA in aid­ing, abetting and fomenting the wars for the Yugoslav heritage. New enemy and rationale were needed as an excuse for forming of the brave new world. Thus, author claims that dissolution and wars were pretext and sort of testing for the emergence of the dominance of the western model and globalisation followed by the demise of the nation state.

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