National Sections of the L5I:

Yugoslavia

Yugoslavia: strikes launched to oust Milosevic

The President of the rump Yugoslav Federation, Slobodan Milosevic, lost the 25 September elections. But so far he has prevented his rival, Vojislav Kostunica, from taking his job. Read more...

The break up of Yugoslavia

Imperialism has played, and continues to play a destructive and reactionary role in the Balkans and in the break up of former Yugoslavia. But no revolutionary socialist can neglect to point the finger of blame at Stalinism too. Read more...

Yugoslavia: bringing the war to Austria

Austria is little more than one hundred kilometres from the centre of the fighting in Bosnia and shares a border with Slovenia. The war is having a big impact on political life, as Michael Gatter of ArbeiterInnen-standpunkt, Austria section of the LRCI [Editor: now the League for the Fifth International], reports. Read more...

Yugoslavia - Background to barbarism

The war in what used to be Yugoslavia continues, bringing a daily toll of death and destruction, hundreds of thousands of refugees and the threat of an imperialist military intervention. But what is the war about? Paul Morris explains the changing aims of the participants, imperialism’s dilemma and the class issues at stake. Read more...

Titoism - seedbed of nationalism

The political history of Titoism in Yugoslavia Read more...