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  • Josip

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  • Only in Yugoslavia, where thousands of partisan guerrillas were led by a tough, resourceful Communist named Josef Broz, aka Tito, did SOE have any immediate prospects.

    Shadow Knights

  • Only in Yugoslavia, where thousands of partisan guerrillas were led by a tough, resourceful Communist named Josef Broz, aka Tito, did SOE have any immediate prospects.

    Shadow Knights

  • Only in Yugoslavia, where thousands of partisan guerrillas were led by a tough, resourceful Communist named Josef Broz, aka Tito, did SOE have any immediate prospects.

    Shadow Knights

  • Only in Yugoslavia, where thousands of partisan guerrillas were led by a tough, resourceful Communist named Josef Broz, aka Tito, did SOE have any immediate prospects.

    Shadow Knights

  • February 3rd, 2010 at 6: 49 pm just two notes as a political scientist – even if Broz and Maliniak are right about the causality of their argument (and I think they make a reasonably good case) that does not mean that reforming electoral representation would necessarily change things – institutional reforms in fact often fail to have the desired effect.

    Matthew Yglesias » Malapportionment Is Destroying the Planet

  • That allows for this interesting investigation from Lawrence Broz and Daniel Maliniak:

    Matthew Yglesias » Malapportionment Is Destroying the Planet

  • That was the motto of the vigorous Yugoslavian film industry under the rule of President Josip Broz Tito: "No problem."

    A Delectable First Course of Foreign Films

  • The country's independent Communist dictator, Marshal Josip Broz Tito, welcomed him but shrank from too close a relationship with the United States; meanwhile Congress denied Yugoslavia favorable trade status.

    Uncontainable

  • Ms. Planinc was a high-level communist official in Yugoslavia, a close associate of its longtime president Josip Broz Tito and the first female premier of a communist country.

    Of note: Ralph Kercheval, Richard Rosettie, Milka Planinc, Andy Albeck

  • Then, on December 24, Soviet forces launched an invasion of Afghanistan and, three days later, assassinated its leader Hafizullah Amin, a Marxist who had been exhibiting anti-Moscow tendencies reminiscent of the Yugoslav leader Josip Broz Tito in the 1940s.

    In the Shadow of the Oval Office

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