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Yugoslav Diplomacy and the Greek Coup d’État of 1967
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies SASA, 2019)
Intensive conversations with members of political parties, closely reading the press, talks with other foreign diplomats, analytical evaluations of many individual events and their contextualization in the wider picture ...
From Ankara to Bled Marshal Tito's Visit to Greece (June 1954) and the Formation of the Balkan Alliance
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2011)
Tito's visit to Greece contributed to the Balkan Pact's transformation into a military alliance. Despite the establishment of Soviet-Yugoslav diplomatic relations in 1953, the Soviet Union made no political move towards ...
The Port of Salonica in Yugoslav Foreign Policy 1919–1941
(Belgrade : Institute for Balkan Studies, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2012)
This paper explores the importance of the Greek port of Salonica (Thessaloniki) for Yugoslav foreign policy-makers during the interwar period. It suggests that, apart from economic interests, namely securing trade facilities ...