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Yossef Bodansky: Some Call It Peace

Selected Bibliography

A Note On Sources

Some Call It Peace is based for the most part on extensive indigenous material from all sides involved in the fighting in the former Yugoslavia itself as well as from Europe (including Russia) the Middle East and the Muslim world and North America This material includes wire service reports by local and international news agencies numerous articles from the local newspapers periodicals and newsletters transcripts of broadcasts on the local media (mostly translated by the US Government's FBIS/JPRS) huge quantities of original source material retrieved through the Internet, as well as a private collection of several thousand books, manuals and articles

In addition the author draws on a unique private collection of primary sources plus original publications documents and reports -- developed over nearly two decades of intensive research Moreover the author had extensive interviews and communications with numerous officials, commanders, émigrés, defectors and otherwise involved individuals from all sides This wide range of sources constitutes a unique database for expert analysis regarding the subjects in question

Selected Bibliography

These are the primary sources used for the writing of Some Call It Peace. They constitute but a fraction of the diverse material consulted over the years of research

News Agencies

AFP (France)

AIM (Independent opposition service in the new Yugoslavia)



ATA (Albania)

BETA (Yugoslavia)

BH PRESS (Bosnian Government)

BINA (Belgrade based Serbian service)

DRINA (ad hoc, Bosnian Muslim service from the pockets in eastern Bosnia)

FONET (Serbian independent service)

HABENA (Bosnian Croat organ of Herzeg-Bosna)

HINA (Croatia)



ISA PRESS (Sandzak based Islamic service close to Sarajevo)

ISKRA (Krajina Serbs)

ITAR TASS (Russia)

MAKPRES (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)

MENA (Egypt)

MONTENA FAX (Independent service in Montenegro)

ONASA (Islamist service closely Associated with the Bosnian Government)

Reuters (US/UK)

SIA (Serbian service)

SRNA (Bosnian Serb the organ of the Republic of Srpska)

STA (Slovenia)

TANJUG (Yugoslavia)


TIKER (Belgrade based independent service)

ZB1A (Abdic's organ)

Main Periodicals And Newspapers

At Alum (UK based Arab)

Al Hayah (UK based Arab)

Al Manila (UK based Arab)

Al Sharq al Awsat (UK based Arab)

Al Shira (Lebanon)

Al Watan al Arabi (Europe based Arab)

Al Wasat (UK based Arab)

Avazov Focus (Sarajevo)

BiH Ekslusiv (Croatia, Bosnian Croats)

Bild (Germany)

Borba (Yugoslavia)

Bota Sot (Switzerland based Kosovo Albanian nationalist opposition)

Bulvar (Turkey)

Corriere Della Serra (Italy)

Danas (Croatia)

Daily Telegraph, The (UK)

Dawn (Pakistan)

Defence & Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy (UK/US)

Delo (Slovenia)

Der Spiegel (Germany)

Die Welt (Germany)

Dnevni Avaz (Sarajevo)

Dnevni Telegraf (Yugoslavia)

Dnevnik (Slovenia)

Duga (Yugoslavia)

Economist, The (UK)

Ekonomska Politika (Yugoslavia)

Ettela'at (Iran)

European, The (UK)

Financial Times, The (UK)

Flaka e Vellazarimit (Macedonia-based Albanian)

Focus (Germany)

Focus (Sarajevo)

Foreign Affairs (US)

Foreign Policy (US)

Foreign Report (UK)

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany)

Glas Slavonije (Croatia, Slavonia)

Glas Srpski (Rcpuhlika Srpska)

Glasnik (Croatia)

Globe and Mail, The (Canada)

Globus (Croatia)

Guardian, The (UK)

Ha'Aretz (Israel)

Hrvatska rijec (Sarajevo)

Hrvatski obzor (Croatia)

Hrvatski vojnik (Croatia)

Hurriyet (Turkey)

Independent, The (UK)

Intelligence Newsletter (France)

Intervju (Yugoslavia)

lzvestya (Russia)

Jane's Defence Weekly (UK)

Jane's Intelligence Review (formerly Jane's Soviet Intelligence Review) (UK)

Javnost (Republika Srpska)

Jeune Afrique (France)

Jomhuri-ye Islami (Iran)

Kayhan (UK based Iranian opposition)

Kayhan (Iran)

Kosovo Daily Report (Pnstina)

Krasnaya Zvezda (Russia)

L'Evenement du Jeudi (France)

L'Express (France)

L'Figaro (France)

Le Monde (France)

Le Nouvel Observateur (France)

Le Point (France)

Ljiljan (Sarajevo)

Los Angeles Times (US)

Ma'ariv (Israel)

Magyar Szo (Yugoslavia-based Hungarians)

Milliyet (Turkey)

Mladina (Slovenia)

Monitor (Yugoslavia, Montenegro)

Muslim (Pakistan)

Nasa Borba (Yugoslavia)

Nedeljni Telegraf (Yugoslavia)

Nedjeljna Dalmacija (Croatia, Dalmatia)

New York Times, The (US)

Newsweek (US)

Nezavisimaya Gazeta (Russia)

Nimrooz (UK based Iranian opposition)

NIN (Yugoslavia)

Nova Bosna (German based emigre)

Nova Makedonija (Macedonia)

Novi List (Croatia)

Observer, The (UK)

Odbrana (Macedonia)

Oslobodjenje (Sarajevo and international edition in Slovenia)

Oslobodjenje (Republika Srpska)

Pobjeda (Montenegro, Yugoslavia)

Politika (Yugoslavia)

Politika Ekspres (Yugoslavia)

Puls (Macedonia)

Segodnya (Russia)

Slobodna Bosna (Sarajevo)

Slobodna Dalmacija (Dalmatia, Croatia)

Slovenec (Slovenia)

Srpska Rec (Yugoslavia)

Sunday Telegraph, The (UK)

Sunday Times, The (UK)

Svijet (Yugoslavia)

Tehran Times, The (Iran)

Telegraf (Yugoslavia)

Time (US & European editions)

Times, The (UK)

US New. & World Report (US)

Vecer (Macedonia)

Vecernje Novine (Sarajevo)

Vecernje Novosti (Yugoslavia)

Vecernje List (Croatia)

Vesti (German based emigre)

Vjesnik (Croatia)

Vojska (Yugoslavia)

Voyenno Istoricheskiy Zhurnal (Russia)

Vreme (Yugoslavia)

WarReport (UK)

Washington Post, The (US)

Washington Times, The (US)

Yediot Aharonot (Israel)

Zarubezhnoye Voyennye Obozrenye (Russia)

Selected Books

[R| – Russian

|F] – French

Almond, Mark. Europe's Backyard War: The War in the Balkans, London, Mandarin, 1994

Baker, James A III with DeFrank, Thomas M. The Politics of Diplomacy: Revolution, War and Peace 1989-1992, New York NY, G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1995

Banac, Ivo. The National Question in Yugoslavia: Origins History and Politics, Cornell PA, Cornell University Press, 1984

Bat Ye'or (pseud.). Les Chretientes d'Orient entre Jihad et Dhimmitude, Paris, Les Editions du Cerf, 1991 [F)

Baudson, Gerard. L'Europe des Apatrides, Paris, Luynes, 1994 [F]

Beloff, Nora. Tito's Flawed Legacy, London, Gollancz, 1985

Bodansky, Yossif. Target America: Terrorism in the US Today [European edition as Target the

West: Terrorism in the World Today] New York NY, SPI Books, 1993

Bodansky, Yossif. Offensive in the Balkan's: The Potential for a Wider War as a Result of Foreign Intervention in Bosnia-Herzegovina, London, International Media Corp, for the International Strategic Studies Association, 1995

Bolger, Daniel P. Savage Peace: Americans at War in the 1990s, Novato CA, Presidio, 1995

Cohen Lenard J. Broken Bonds: The Disintegration of Yugoslavia. Boulder CO, Westeview Press, 1993

Commandant Franchet (pseudonym of a French senior officer). Casque Bleu pour Rien: Ce que j'ai

vraiment vu en Bosnie. Paris, J. C. Lattes, 1995 [F]

Copley, Gregory R. Defense & Foreign Affairs Handbook, London, IMC (numerous editions)

Cosic, Dobrica. La Yougoslavie el la Question Serbe, Lausane, L'Age d'Homme 1992 [F]

Cmobrnja, Mihailo. The Yugoslav Drama, London I. B. Tauris 1994

Dedijer, Vladimir. TheYugoslav Auschwitz and the Vatican. Buffalo NY. Prometheus Books 1992 (1988)

Denitch, Bogdan. Ethnic Nationalism: The Tragic Death ofYugoslavia, Minneapolis, MN University of Minnesota Press, 1994

Dizdarevic, Zlatko. Sarajevo: A War Journal, NewYork NY, Fromm International, 1993

Dragnich, Alex N. Serbs and Croats: The Struggle in Yugoslavia, NewYork NY, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1992

Foretic, Miljenko. Dubrovnik in War, Zagreb, Hrvatska Sveucilisna Naklada, 1993

Friedman, Francine. The Bosnian Muslims: Denial of a Nation, Boulder CO,Westview Press 1996

Fuller, Graham F. and Lesser Ian O. A Sense of Siege: The Geopolitics of Islam and the West, Boulder, CO Westview, 1995

Gallois, Pierre-Marie. Le Soleil d' Allah aveugle I'Occident, Lausanne, L' Age d'Homme, 1995 [F]

Gallois, Pierre-Marie. Le Sang du Petrole--Bosnie, Lausanne, L' Age d'Homme, 1996 [F]

Gareyev, Gen.-Arm Mahmut Ahmedovich. Yesli Zavtra Voyna? Moscow, VlaDar, 1995 [R]

Glenny, Misha. The Fall of Yugoslavia: The Third Balkan War. London, Penguin Books, 1993 Gutmann, Roy. A Witness to Genocide: The First Inside Account of the Horrors of Ethnic Cleansing in Bosnia, Shaftesbury, Element Publishing, 1993

Harris, Paul. Somebody Else's War: Reports from the Balkan Frontlines, Kranj (Slovenia), Gorenjski Tisk & SPA books in the UK, 1992

Ivanovic, Dr. Stanoje: The Creation and Changes of the Internal Borders of Yugoslavia, Belgrade, Serbian Ministry of Information, n. d.

Izetbegovic, Alija Ali. Islam Between East and West, Indianapolis IN, American Trust Publications, 1989

Jones, Christopher D. Soviet Influence in Eastern Europe: Political Autonomy and the Warsaw Pact, New York NY, Praeger, 1981

Kaplan, Robert D. Balkan Ghosts: A Journey through History, NewYork NY. St. Martin's Press, 1993

Laffin, John. Holy War Islam Fights, London, Grafton, 1988

Lewis, Bernard and Schnapper Dommique (eds.). Muslims in Europe, London, Pinter, 1994 MacKenzie, Maj.-Gen. Lewis. Peacekeeper: The Road to Sarajevo, Vancouver/Toronto Douglas & Mcintyre, 1993

Maclean, Fitzroy. Eastern Approaches, NewYork NY, Atheneum, 1984 (1949)

Magas, Branka. The Destruction of Yugoslavia, London, Verso, 1993

McAdams, C. Michael. Croatia: Myth and Reality, Arcadia CA, CIS Monograph, 1992

Merlino, Jacques. Les Venlez Yugoslaves ne sont pas Toutes Bonnes a Dire Pans, Albin Michel, 1993 [F]

Mestrovic, Stjepan G. with Letica Slaven and Goreta Miroslav. Habits of the Balkan Heart: Social Character and the Fall of Communism, College Station TX, Texas A&M University Press, 1993

Micheletti, Enc & Debay Yves. War in the Balkans 1991-1993, Poole Histoire & Collections, 1993 Mojzes, Paul. Yugoslavian Inferno: Ethnoreligious Warfare in the Balkans, NewYork NY, Continuum, 1994

Norris, H.T. Islam in the Balkans, Columbia SC, University of South Carolina Press 1993

O'Ballance, Edgar. Civil War in Bosnia 1992-94, New York NY, St. Martin's Press, 1995

Owen, David. Balkan Odyssey, London, Victor Gollancz, 1995

Pinson, Mark (ed.). The Muslims of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Cambridge MA, Harvard University Press, 1994

Pujadas, David and Salam, Ahmed. Le Tentation du Jihad: L'Islam Radical en France, France, Editions Jean Claude Lattes, 1995

Rakowska, Hannstone Teresa (ed.). Communism in Eastern Europe, Bloommgton IN, Indiana University Press, 1984

Samary, Catherine. La Dechirure Yougoslave. Paris, L'Harmattan, 1994 [F]

Sekelj, Laslo. Yugoslavia: The Process of Disintegration, NewYork NY, Columbia University Press 1993

Sherman, Arnold. Perfidity in the Balkans: The Rape of Yugoslavia, Athens, Psichogios Publications 1993

Silber Laura and Little Allan. The Death of Yugoslavia, London, Penguin Books & BBC Books, 1995

Stewart, Col. Bob. Broken Lives: A Personal View of the Bosnian Conflict, London, Harper Collins, 1993

Thompson, Mark. A Paper House: The Ending of Yugoslavia. NewYork NY, Pantheon, 1992

Udovicki, Jasminka and Ridgeway James (eds.). Yugoslavia's Ethnic Nightmare: The Inside Story of Europe's Unfolding Ordeal, Chicago IL, Lawrence Hill Books, 1995

West, Rebecca. Black Lamb and Grey Falcon: A Journey through Yugoslavia, London, Penguin, 1982 (1941)

Woodward, Susan L. Balkan Tragedy: Chaos and Dissolution After the Cold War, Washington D.C, Brookings, 1995

Zecevic, Miodrag and Lekic, Bogdan. Frontiers and Internal Terntonal Division in Yugoslavia, Belgrade, Serbian Ministry of Information, 1991

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