Correspondence, reports, press releases, clippings, electronic bulletins, and other printed matter, relating to political conditions in the Balkans and especially in the Yugoslav successor states, the Yugoslav civil war, United Nations intervention in Bosnia, American foreign policy in the region, and the institution of a war crimes tribunal. Includes records of the related organizations, the Action Council for Peace in the Balkans, and the American Committee to Save Bosnia.
Dispatches, memoranda, reports, and letters, relating to analysis of the political situation in Yugoslavia prior to the coup of 1941, British involvement in the coup, assessment of Partisan and C̆etnik resistance forces in Yugoslavia, and formulation of British policy in regard to those forces.
Relates to activities of Kurt Waldheim (subsequently president of Austria) as a German officer in Yugoslavia and Greece during World War II, and especially to allegations of participation in war crimes by Waldheim. Includes subsequent printed version of report.
Relates to allegations of participation in war crimes by Waldheim as a German officer in Yugoslavia and Greece during World War II. Interview conducted by Mary Ann Sieghart for a London television station.
Travel reports, correspondence, bulletins, writings, press releases, clippings, other printed matter, video tapes, and memorabilia, relating to political conditions in Yugoslavia, the breakup of Yugoslavia, the civil war in Bosnia, reportage of Yugoslav news in the American media, American foreign policy in Yugoslavia, and the computer industry.
Relates to internal political struggles (especially between G. M. Malenkov and A. A. Zhdanov) as a factor in Soviet foreign policy formulation in the early post-World War II period, and particularly with regard to the Soviet-Yugoslav break. Enlarged version published under the title International Policy Formulation in the USSR: Factional "Debates" during the Zhdanovschina [sic] (Hamden, Conn., 1983).
Memoirs relating to Bulgaria and Bulgarian émigré politics, and unpublished articles, relating to the Bulgarian Agrarian Union between World Wars I and II, world agriculture, and agriculture in the Soviet Union.
Correspondence, notes, writings, memoranda, press releases, position papers, declarations, bulletins, newsletters, and printed matter, relating to the breakup of Yugoslavia and to Serbian-American efforts to influence American and international foreign policy in the region and to influence Serbian government policy.