by Patrick Moore ONE OF THE MOST CONTROVERSIAL DISCUSSIONS connected with the wars of the Yugoslav succession is the so-called recognition debate. The issue is whether Germany’s extension of diplomatic recognition to Slovenia and Croatia at the end of 1991 had a negative or positive effect on the political and military situation in the region. […]

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