Table of contents for The Balkans and the West : constructing the European other, 1945-2003 / edited by Andrew Hammond.

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Table of Contents	v
Notes on Contributors	vii
Acknowledgements	x
Introduction	xi
Andrew Hammond
1.	Britain and the Yugoslav General Election of November 1945	1
Jim Evans (University of Oxford)
2.	Primitivism and the Modern: A Prolonged Misunderstanding	17
Felicity Rosslyn (University of Leicester)
3.	The Rhetoric of Economics: Cold War Representation of Development 
in the Balkans	28
 Michael Haynes (University of Wolverhampton)
4.	æThe Red ThreatÆ: Cold War Rhetoric and the British Novel	43
Andrew Hammond (Swansea Institute, University of Wales)
5.	Seeing Red: America and its Allies through the Eyes of Enver Hoxha	61
Timothy Less (University College London)
6.	Paradoxes of Occidentalism: On Travel Literature in Ceau?escuÆs 
Romania	73
Alex Drace-Francis (University College London)
7.	Images of the West in Serbian and Croatian Prose Fiction, 1945-1995 	85
Celia Hawkesworth (University College London)
8.	Western Writing and the (Re)Construction of the Balkans after 1989: 
The Bulgarian Case	101
Yonka Krasteva (University of Veliko Turnovo)
9.	Albanians, Albanianism and the Strategic Subversion of Stereotypes	114
	Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers (University College London)
10.	Albania after Isolation: The Transformation of Public Perceptions 
of the West	131
Fatos Lubonja (Independent Author)
11.	Between a Balkan æHomeÆ and the æWestÆ: Popular Conceptions of 
 the West in Bulgaria after 1945	140
Galia I. Valtchinova (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)
12.	MiloÜevi?, Serbia and the West during the Yugoslav Wars 1991-95	157
Tom Gallagher (University of Bradford)
13.	Savage Tribes and Mystic Feuds: Western Foreign Policy Statement 
 on Bosnia in the Early 1990s 	173
Riikka Kuusisto (University of Helsinki)
14.	The Balkans Conflict and the Emergence of the Information 
Operations Doctrine	188
Philip M. Taylor (University of Leeds)
15.	War in the Hall of Mirrors: NATO Bombing and Serbian Cinema	203
Nevena Dakovi? (University of Belgrade)
Bibliography	217
Index	238

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