The leading world team of experts on the Yugoslav crisis disbanded without a reliable recipe for bringing the hyper-nationalists to their senses From March 15 to 17 the Aspen Institute held a conference in Berlin at which the Yugoslav case was examined as a blueprint for overcoming the troubles in Eastern Europe. It was chaired […]
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