Like it or not, Europe will enter 1992 united. Yugoslavia, however, won’t. With the historic simplification it would be easy to say that a united Europe represents the first real victory of those barbarians who had, fifteen centuries ago, destroyed the Roman Empire with the sole ambition to later reconstruct it. The statistical data inform […]

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