Marie-Janine Calic

Marie-Janine Calic is Professor of Eastern and Southeastern European History at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität in Munich. She served as a political adviser to the Special Coordinator of the Stability Pact for Southeastern Europe in Brussels and for the UN Special Representative for the Former Yugoslavia in Zagreb. She also worked for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia at The Hague, and the Conflict Prevention Network of the European Commission and Parliament in Brussels. Calic has published and lectured extensively about the Balkans and is a regular commentator on Balkan affairs for the German media.

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Cover: The Great Cauldron: A History of Southeastern EuropeThe Great Cauldron: A History of Southeastern EuropeCalic, Marie-Janine
Janik, Elizabeth
HARDCOVER06/10/2019$39.95
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