“The disintegration of Yugoslavia and the creation of new states on its territory implies a vacuum of power and influence”, asserted dr Irena Reuter-Hendrichs, the research fellow at the Munich based Foundation for Political Science in her analysis for VREME. Reminding that Yugoslavia used to be the international subject which “all the neighbouring states respected”, […]

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