Nonalignment: Cuba and Yugoslavia in the Nonaligned Movement 1979-1986

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This study is an attempt to clarify whether Cuba and Yugoslavia adhere to the role expectations of the nonaligned movement. Chapter I introduces the criteria for nonalignment which are also considered as the role expectations for members of the nonaligned movement. Chapter II focuses on whether Cuba and Yugoslavia do fulfill the role expectations of the nonaligned movement. Chapter III discusses the voting behavior of Cuba and Yugoslavia on issues important to the nonaligned movement in the United Nations' General Assembly. Chapter IV concludes this study with the major finding that Yugoslavia adheres strictly to the role expectations of the … continued below

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Iheanacho, Vitalis Akujiobi August 1987.

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This study is an attempt to clarify whether Cuba and Yugoslavia adhere to the role expectations of the nonaligned movement. Chapter I introduces the criteria for nonalignment which are also considered as the role expectations for members of the nonaligned movement. Chapter II focuses on whether Cuba and Yugoslavia do fulfill the role expectations of the nonaligned movement. Chapter III discusses the voting behavior of Cuba and Yugoslavia on issues important to the nonaligned movement in the United Nations' General Assembly. Chapter IV concludes this study with the major finding that Yugoslavia adheres strictly to the role expectations of the nonaligned movement while Cuba's nonaligned status is questionable.

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Iheanacho, Vitalis Akujiobi. Nonalignment: Cuba and Yugoslavia in the Nonaligned Movement 1979-1986, thesis, August 1987; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc501237/: accessed April 18, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .