The Attitude of Security Intelligence Services towards the Albanian Minority in Yugoslavia after the 1981 Protests in Kosovo
On the basis of security analyses carried out by various Yugoslav internal affairs bodies, the author depicts the mistrust that the Yugoslav security system felt towards the Albanian minority in Yugoslavia, focusing especially on the events taking place after introducing the state of emergency in the Socialist Autonomous Province of Kosovo in 1981.
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