Years of isolation and banishment from the international community have cost Yugoslavia several score diplomatic posts, from Washington to Tokyo. The majority of world capitals with which the former Socialist Yugoslavia had maintained diplomatic relations at ambassadorial level, have now been reduced to Charge D’Affaires. The staff has, logically, also been reduced. A small cadre […]

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