BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA 1992-1995: A CIVIL WAR, AN EXTERNAL AGGRESSION OR BOTH?

Original scientific paper

Mirjana Kasapović ; Faculty is viagra bad for your heart of Political Science, University generic viagra online of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia

Fulltext: pdf (341 KB), Croatian, Pages 37 – 61

Abstracts
This article aims to provide an explanation for appropriate ategorization of the violent conflicts in Bosnia and Herzegovina 1992-1995. Author defines the conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina as a civil war based on the scientific definition and categorization. Later on, the author points buy viagra paypal accepted to the differences in perception of the war origins based on ethnicity, as Serbs cialis drug perceive war as a civil war, Bosniaks as an external aggression of both Serbia and Croatia, while Croats perceive it as an external aggression of Serbia. Finally, the author cialis price in china suggests that the pharmacy technician assistant salary canada conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina can be perceived as an intercommunal ethnic conflict and internationalized civil what does a viagra do war.

Keywords
Bosnia and Herzegovina; civil war; ethnic conflict; external intervention