Dating in yugoslavia
Readers are given a loving yet accurate portrait of Muslim customs pertaining to the household, gardens, food, and dating—in short of everyday life.Hadzisehovic writes from the inside out, starting with her emotions and experiences, then moving outward to the facts that concern those interested in this region: the role of the Ustashe, Chetnicks, and Germans in World War II, the attitude of Serb-dominated Yugoslavia toward Muslims, and the tragic state of ethnic relations that led to war again in the 1990s.
The story of the postage stamps and postal history of Yugoslavia officially begins with the formation of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes on 1 December 1918. But the underlying conflict was probably at least twice as old, dating back to the early 1970s.Three TFF Associates - Johan Galtung, Jan Oberg and the late Hakan Wiberg - spent more than 125 "joint" years visiting, working in and analyzing the region with all its complexities.Galtung and Oberg decided to continue the work, because of its intrinsic importance and now also in honour of Wiberg.The blog will be launched in early 2012 and the book will be published as soon as possible thereafter.
Arguably this has made the situation better than it might otherwise have been.