By year's end, it was clear that Yugoslavia had only begun the post-Milosevic transition, but the prospect of peacefully resolving its main problems must rate as tremendous progress after a decade of blood and warby Gordon N. Bardos The year 2001 marked the true beginning of the post-communist transition in the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. […]

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