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The end of Yugoslavia meant that the Italian Government queried the legitimacy of the final Treaty of Osimo, signed in 1975, which had established the borders between these two states. Since 1991, Istria has been partitioned between Slovenia, Italy and Croatia and has a significant autonomist political party, the Istrian Democratic Alliance (IDA). By 1993, the IDA were proposing that Istria be made a Page xviii trans-border region. Tudjman announced that Istria 'had a Croatian heart' and could not be separated from the rest of the Republic.
Grunts 162 Congo, Randall Fegley 163 Armenia, Vrej Nersessian 164 Niger, Lynda F. Zamponi 165 Madagascar, Hilary Bradt 166 Senegal, Roy Dilley and Jerry Eades 167 Andorra, Barry Taylor 168 Netherlands Antilles and Aruba, Kai Schoenhals 169 Burkina Faso, Samuel Decalo 170 Indonesia, Sylvia C. Engelen Krausse and Gerald H. Krausse 171 The Antarctic, Janice Meadows, William Mills and H. G. R. King 172 São Tomé and Príncipe, Caroline S. Shaw 173 Fiji, G. E. Gorman and J. J. Mills 174 St. Kitts-Nevis, Verna Penn Moll 175 Martinique, Janet Crane 176 Zaire, Dawn Bastian Williams, Robert W.
Hudson 203 Amsterdam, André van Os 204 Korea, J. E. Hoare 205 Bermuda, Paul G. Boultbee and David F. Raine 206 Paris, Frances Chambers 207 Mali, Andrea Stamm, Dawn Bastian and Robert Myers 208 The Maghreb, Anthony G. Pazzanita 209 The Channel Islands, Vince Gardiner 210 French Guiana, Janet Crane 211 Québec, Alain-G. Gagnon 212 The Basque Region, Geoffrey West 213 Sicily, Valentina Olivastri 214 Tokyo, J. S. Eades 215 Crete, Adrian Edwards 216 Croatia, Cathie Carmichael Page ix Contents Introduction xiii The Country and its People 1 Geography 4 General 4 Political 5 Maps, atlases and gazetteers 6 Planning and the Envitonment 8 Flora and Fauna 10 Tourism and Travel Guides 12 Travellers' Accounts, Memoirs and Correspondence 14 History 25 The Balkans 25 General 26 Pre-Slavonic 27 Slavonic, before 1500 28 1500-1918 30 1918-45 32 Towns and regions 35 Economic and demographic 39 The National Question 41 Minorities 52 Croatians Abroad 58 Page x Language 63 Linguistic studies 63 Dictionaries 68 Grammars and lexicons 68 Religion 71 Society and Anthropolpgy 75 General 75 Social problems 79 Cultural and ethnological studies 80 Women 82 Health and Medicine 85 Politics 87 The communist period and the demise of Yugoslavia, 1945-91 87 The political system in Croatia since Independence in 1991 91 The Croatian War of Independence (1990-95) 94 The Military and Armed Services 101 The Constitution, Citizenship and Law 103 Historical studies 103 Studies since 1945 104 Forigen Relations and Diplomacy 107 Historical studies 107 Foreign relations since Independence in 1991 110 The Economy 113 General 113 Statistics 116 Agricilture and Fishing 118 Transport 120 Education 121 Science and Philosophy 123 Page xi Literature 125 General 125 Croatian humanist writers 127 Major modern writers 129 The Arts 133 General 133 Architecture 134 Sculpture 136 Visual arts and painting 137 Theatre 138 Music and dance 139 Festivals, Folklore and Customs 142 Food and Drink 145 Libraries and Manuscripts 146 Galleries, Museums and Archives 149 The Media 151 Newspapers and Periodicals 154 Encyclopaedias and Reference Books 157 Bibliographies 159 Index of Authors 163 Index of Titles 169 Index of Subjects 187 Map of Croatia 195 Page xiii Introduction The Croatians, a South Slavic people, probably began to arrive in Southeast Europe from the 5th century onwards.
Croatia (World Bibliographical Series, Volume 216) by Cathie Carmichael