29 November 1996 HERE IS HARDLY A MORE HIGH PROFILE political problem in Central and Eastern Europe than that of ethnicity; and language is universally inter-preted as the innermost significance of ethnicity. Much ethnic conflict evidently centres on language. An outsider might conclude that if only language issues could be settled – and they seem […]

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