21 June 1993 Yugoslavs move within an unusual paradox: they have a difficult time enduring the galloping crisis, but are loathe to do anything to change things. Concerning estimates that a civil war could break out in Yugoslavia, only 13% said: "Impossible." Of those who believe that war could break out, over a third mentioned […]

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