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Warren Zimmermann • 12 Items / 2 Books, 5 Articles, 5 Reviews
Origins of a Catastrophe (1996)
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Published Reviews
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    The Washington Touch (Review)
    Origins of a Catastrophe, by Warren Zimmermann
    1. Origins of a Catastrophe by Warren Zimmermann
    Chronicles, January 1997, p. 34
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    Contemporary Affairs (Review)
    Origins of a Catastrophe, by Warren Zimmermann
    1. Origins of a Catastrophe by Warren Zimmermann
    The Wilson Quarterly, Autumn 1996, p. 100
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    Recent Books on International Relations (5 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe and Former Soviet Republics
    1. The Coming Russian Boom by Richard Layard and John Parker
    2. Origins of a Catastrophe by Warren Zimmermann
    3. The Gorbachev Factor by Archie Brown
    4. The Price of the Past by Clifford G. Gaddy
    5. Assessing Democracy Assistance by Thomas Carothers
    Foreign Affairs, November 1996, pp. 160-162
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    Bosnia (8 Reviews)
    The Turning Point
    1. Seasons in Hell by Ed Vulliamy
    2. Blood and Vengeance by Chuck Sudetic
    3. Survival in Sarajevo by Edward Serotta
    4. The Serbs by Tim Judah
    5. Late-Breaking Foreign Policy by Warren P. Strobel
    6. Yugoslavia: Death of a Nation by Laura Silber and Allan Little
    7. Triumph of the Lack of Will by James Gow
    8. Origins of a Catastrophe by Warren Zimmermann
    The New York Review of Books, February 5, 1998, pp. 34-40
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    The US and the Yugoslav Catastrophe (9 Reviews)
    Origins of a Catastrophe, by Warren Zimmermann
    1. Origins of a Catastrophe by Warren Zimmermann
    2. Srebrenica: Record of a War Crime by Jan Willem Honig and Norbert Both
    3. Endgame: The Betrayal and Fall of Srebrenica by David Rohde
    4. The Reluctant Superpower by Wayne Bert
    5. The World and Yugoslavia's Wars by Richard H. Ullman
    6. Triumph of the Lack of Will by James Gow
    7. The Serbs by Tim Judah
    8. Balkan Tragedy by Susan L. Woodward
    9. American Diplomacy and the End of the Cold War by Robert L. Hutchings
    The New York Review of Books, November 20, 1997, pp. 56-63