To Kill A Nation: The Attack On Yugoslavia by Michael ParentiTo Kill A Nation: The Attack On Yugoslavia by Michael Parenti

To Kill A Nation: The Attack On Yugoslavia

byMichael Parenti

Paperback | August 17, 2002

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Drawing on a wide range of unpublished material and observations gathered from his visit to Yugoslavia in 1999, Michael Parenti challenges mainstream media coverage of the war, uncovering hidden agendas behind the Western talk of genocide, ethnic cleansing, and democracy.
Michael Parenti’s books include History as Mystery, Against Empire, America Besieged and Land of Idols. His work has been translated into ten languages.
Title:To Kill A Nation: The Attack On YugoslaviaFormat:PaperbackPublished:August 17, 2002Publisher:Verso BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1859843662

ISBN - 13:9781859843666

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from An exhilirating and informative look at the other side of the story in Bosnia and Kosovo This book is very well written if biased and exhibiting of an ugly anti-Americanism. It looks at the creation of Yugoslavia and its ultimate breakup in the 1990s. It looks at the tremedously unfair of coverage of Serbia and the depredations of the Croats Bosniaks and Kosovar Albanians. The book is hard to put down and is a thoughtful critique. However, I must warn you that this book is often as biased in the other direction as those accounts which praise the 1990 intervention in Serbia.
Date published: 2016-12-07

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“Prominent social critic Parenti pens a fierce, elegantly constructed elegy not just for the lives sacrificed in the Balkan wars, but for concepts of national sovereignty and constitutionality, which appear to be lost to a corporate-sanctioned new world order. Extremely disturbing, but, for the brave, jolting and necessary reading.”—Kirkus Reviews“Thought-provoking ... Parenti makes compelling points about biased media coverage of Serbia.”—Publishers Weekly