20 January 1992 The very concept of incomplete Yugoslavia, from which Slovenia and Croatia will be missing and possibly Macedonia with some parts of Bosnia as well, is the total opposite to the former idea of Yugoslavia. Even in its centralized unitarian hey-day, which is how most of its seventy-three year old history can be […]

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