9 October 2000 The real tragedy of the break-up of Yugoslavia and the bloody civil wars that followed was what the country could have been. In 1989, many pundits predicted that Yugoslavia would be one of the success stories of post-communism: the country had one of the highest standards of living in the communist world, […]

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