I= YUGOSLAVIA'S RULE IN THE NON-ALIGNED MOVEMENT
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Title of Thesis
YUGOSLAVIA'S RULE IN THE NON-ALIGNED MOVEMENT

Author(s)
Syed Imdad Shah
Institute/University/Department Details
University Of Karachi
Session
1997
Subject
International Relations
Number of Pages
240
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
yugoslavia, non-aligned movement, europe, soviet union, seato, cento, bandung spirit, belgrade, lusaka conference, marshal tito, serbs, croats, bosnians

Abstract
Yugoslavia, a multinational state in southeastern Europe, is the creation of the post-world war I era. During the second world war it felt prey to Nazi occupation but managed a secure its liberation after a stubborn resistance led by Marshall Broz Tito. Although. The Yugoslavian people had borne the brunt of the ward of liberation the assistance by the Soviet Union to the patriotic struggle had also been instrumental in their ultimate victory. Stalin’s objectives in supporting Marshall Tito, a fellow Communist, were those of an ideological and strategic nature. Since the extension of Moscow’s influence to Yugoslavia would give Russia a position of vantage against capitalist west in an oncoming struggle for the mastery over Europe. But Marshal Tito could not accede to the status of a satellite as he rejected the subordination of the Yugoslav Communist movement to the C.P.S.U.(Communist Party of the Soviet Union). He objected to the fiat of the Cominform, thus asserting an autonomous status in the Communist World.

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1 0 Contents
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2 1 Introduction 1
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3 2 Yugoslavia’s Independence Status (1945-55) 64
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4 3 Origins Of The Concept Of Non-Alignment 144
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5 4 Development Of The Non-Alignment Movement Non-Alignment Movement After Tito 177
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  4.1 Conclusion 228
  4.2 Bibliography 231