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Yugoslavia: Western Policy towards Yugoslavia

1 January 1982

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Summary

A file of correspondence and reports concerning Western policy towards Yugoslavia. The documents cover discussions on both British and U.S. foreign policy in preparation for a five-power meeting, outlining the political and strategic importance of Yugoslavia, the political implications of the Yugoslav economic crisis, and Western economic interests in Yugoslavia. Further commentary covers British moves to strengthen political and military relations with Yugoslavia, highlighting official visits, defence cooperation, and arms sales.

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trade united kingdom united states of america east-west relations international relations official visits yugoslavia military equipment defence american foreign policy economic policies weapons trade international conferences anglo-yugoslav relations british foreign policy Yugoslav foreign policy American-Yugoslav relations military exchanges Yugoslav politics

Collection ID
FCO28
Countries
United Kingdom
United States of America
Department Reference
ENU 91/1
Document Type
Correspondence
Reports
File Reference
FCO 28/5220
Identifier
10.1080/cwee.fco28.005220
Pages
15
Subject Countries
Yugoslavia
Themes
International Relations

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